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The Schedule

Managing your time without setting priorities is like shooting randomly and calling whatever you hit the target. – Peter Turla

I have talked about finding your vision and setting a plan of action. Now comes the time to talk about a way to organize your time that might help you become more effective in acting towards achieving your goals.

Knowing how to build a well-organized schedule can be an instrumental element in becoming an efficient and successful person. Personally, I like to take some time at the beginning of each week, usually on Sunday evening, to plan the upcoming days. I plan everything - practice time, rehearsals, concerts, appointments, teaching, cooking, working, studying, cleaning, leisure time, etc. - and I try to be as precise and detailed as possible. Proceeding this way allows me to maximize my time and prevent unpleasant surprises. Not 100% of what I plan gets done, but I’m 100% more efficient by planning ahead of time.

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