Saturday, February 2, 2019

Create Your Daily Routing Easy Like to Bill Geates .

No.1:Set aside enough time for sleep.Most adults need 7–8 hours of sleep a night to stay alert and high-functioning. Children and teenagers often require 9 hours or more. Schedule a bedtime and wake up time that gives you plenty of sleep, or your daily routine will not be sustainable.

No.2:Make time for breaks and interruptions. If your rough draft of a routine is chock full of activity from the moment you wake up until the time you go to bed, you'll probably burn out or fall behind the first time something unexpected happens. Adjust your schedule to allow for at least one 30–60 minute chunk of free time if possible, and several 5–15 minute breaks in between productive activities.

No.3:Try out the routine for a day. Give the schedule you wrote down a test spin. Do your best to follow the routine exactly. If you do not, write down what you did differently from the schedule, and why.

No4:Change your schedule based on your experience. Sit down at the end of the day and look at your schedule. If one of your time estimates turned out to be unrealistic, allow more time for that activity and cut something less important out of your day. If you finished an activity more than 20 minutes early, allow less time for it in your schedule. Finally, if the order you did your activities was inconvenient or didn't feel right, try shuffling the activities in a different order.

No5:Repeat until you can follow the schedule. Try following your schedule again after making changes. If you are having trouble doing so, continue to make adjustments and keep trying. If you are having trouble following the routine, read the advice below.

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