Have you ever met anyone who just had an innate sense of time?
You know, those people who can tell you what time it is at any given moment without having to look at their watch?
It's a super helpful skill to have, and one that can actually be developed.
Why would you want this?
Well, think back to when you took Driver's Ed in high school (remember those days?). We were told to always be aware of what was around us by checking our rear-view and side mirrors often.
If we were to drive only knowing what was right in front of us, we wouldn't have a full picture of what's going on. And that would make it impossible to be prepared for the things we didn't see coming in any given direction.
In the same way, we need to be aware of where we are in our day, as well as what's going on around us in our week and month.
Of course this starts by having a good solid time management plan, but the best plan in the world isn't going to help you if you don't look at.
By constantly checking our mirrors (AKA clock, calendar, schedule), we will always be aware of where we are and how to move forward to stay on track.
This will prevent us from losing perspective of how much time we really have and getting off course during our day.
By making a habit of checking the time often and glancing at your schedule throughout the day, you can develop a more acute sense of time, which in turn will give you a much more productive and fulfilling day.
Use your time well,