Time management

Feb 2003 Issue
Organizing Your Desk [Balancing Act]

A time-management expert offers physicians tips for taking control of the growing volume of paperwork and reading materials that they must deal with so that it doesn't add stress to their busy lives.

Mar 2002 Issue
Time Management Tips That Work [Balancing Act]

The author - a time-management expert and a frequent speaker at the AAFP Scientific Assembly -- provides doctors with some best practices for maximizing time and efficiency.

Jan 2002 Issue
The Forgotten Art of Setting Goals [Balancing Act]

The author, a time-management expert, offers new information about identifying useful goals, and provides physicians with tips for adhering to them.

Jul-Aug 2001 Issue
Protecting the Time You've Got [Balancing Act]

The author, a time management expert, offers techniques to help physicians maintain control of their time despite others' demands on it.

Apr 2001 Issue
Five Priority-Setting Traps [Balancing Act]

The author, a time-management expert, describes seven roadblocks on the path to setting priorities and offers tips on how to overcome them.

Feb 2001 Issue
Living on Borrowed Time [Balancing Act]

This time-management article asks readers to complete a time wheel to gain further insight into how they're allocating their time. It then provides specific steps to take for those physicians interested in reallocating their time as a result of completing the time-wheel exercise.

Jan 2001 Issue
Why Working Smarter Isn't Working Anymore [Balancing Act]

The author outlines seven current trends in time management, discusses how they will impact physicians and offers practical tips for managing these trends.

Nov-Dec 2000 Issue
Creating the Time of Your Life [Balancing Act]

The author explains how to use "mindfulness" or "being in the moment" as a time-management technique for busy physicians who want to find more time in their day.

Sep 2000 Issue
The 80/20 Rule of Time Management [Balancing Act]

The author teaches physicians how to use the 80/20 rule of time management to increase productivity and to get the most benefit (both personally and professionally) from the time they have.

Mar 2000 Issue
Which Type of Planner Is Right for You? [Balancing Act]

This article explains how to choose a planning system that is right for an FP's personality and his or her practice.

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