What did you do last week that moved your nonprofit forward?
I mean something big, something you can truly measure.
It’s funny, but those huge accomplishments usually start with something very small. The difficult part is knowing what to concentrate on and having laser-like focus to get it done.
I’ve found the best way to complete these goals is to measure what I do each week that moves me closer to them. How do I do this? I track my time.
In this post I’ll give you three reasons to start tracking your time, even if just for a week. I’ve also included a video at the end of the post that will make it even easier for you to get started. It shows you exactly how to start tracking your time in just five minutes.
Here are 3 BIG benefits of tracking your time:
1. You Can Set Boundaries for Yourself (And Others)
Tracking your time can help you set beneficial boundaries for yourself and others. By tracking in real time you can start identifying patterns in your day and determine what restraints to put on yourself and others.
Pay attention to interruptions that happen throughout the day and the reasons for them. Could you have prevented some of the interruptions with a quick conversation, outlining when you needed uninterrupted time?