Out of that take away all the time that you will need for sleep and rests, meals, personal things, errands and all those things that you can not do without. And with that I do not mean the TV, the telephone and the chitchat - yet. - If you are like most students, there is a good chance that you are left with about 85 hours. While time management training is popular anywhere in the world and trainees sincerely wants to adopt its principles, many training programs can fail when advises talks of generalities and less on the actual realities of the worker. Another common approach that can fail is to ask the trainees what they expect to address and resolve at the start of the time management training program and resolve this at the end with approaches that are still generic. - Individuals may differ but for most people, the first working hours in the morning are the most productive. Use it well. Say no to interruptions that you can do without. The greatest time stealer between the phone, the visitor, the prolonged break, the e-mail and the chit-chat is the never ending "do you have a minute? Simply put, it could be the difficulty at spotting things that eats up time before it is realized. After the training and seminars that have been attended, it then would be easier if time management is seen not as regimenting a lifestyle but that of controlling it. Because schedules can not be avoided, unpleasant tasks can not be often delayed, and the rising of efficiency and productivity is the language of today's world. The Two Main Hour allocation Fixed/Given Time = 113 hours every week. Keeping a good balance between the activities involves determining of what should really be accomplished first and so on. The primary goal is to attend lessons and pass the course. Typical advice but boring. Still that is the objective. As reviewing them may need time, I would just offer a few things to spot and remedy them immediately. There are generally two issues that effect us most in the workplace. One is the way things and events affect us, the other is how we control them. - There is no such thing as organized clutter. Clutter is clutter and no matter how it is viewed, it is still disorganized.