There are so many tools that can help you organize your time better and show you how to use it more effectively. When it comes to organizing your time, many people feel like they are facing an uphill battle. However, with the right tools and strategies, you can easily get ahead of the game in all aspects of your life.
Some people prefer paper and pen while others love using apps, and that’s perfectly fine. The key is to use whatever works best for you to increase your productivity.
The important thing to do is be honest with yourself in the process. Also, remember that progress usually comes when you try out some new things, instead of sticking with old ways.
This is the free software that allows you to take control of your schedule and planning in every area of your life. You can use this software to organize your health, diet, business, and more.
The individual plan is free forever, but if you want some other options as well, paid plans start at $8 and go up to $16 a month.
This tool is great if you need to work with teams, and this type of software can help you organize your time better. Also, if you are relying on others to get things done before you can start your tasks, Float can help you avoid logjams.
Float offers two plans, resource planning for $6 a month and resource planning with time tracking for $10 a month.
If you are looking for a tool to help you plan tasks automatically, Time Hero is the one for you. Whether you are planning your household, business, or work life, planning team and family projects, and even scheduling repetitive tasks, this tool will help you easily organize your time better.
Payment plans start at $5 a month and go up to $27 a month.
Google Calendar can help you accomplish a lot, from scheduling your daily tasks to your yearly, monthly, and weekly planning. What’s great about Google Calendar is that it can also sync to your smartphone, so you always know what is to be done at a glance.
Also, it’s free to use.
This computer app will help you figure out where exactly are you wasting your time. All you have to do is go through your time-wasters with this app and start organizing your time better.
Before signing up you will have to finish a simple quiz so the app can get to know you better.
The price of this app starts as low as $6.5 a month, and you’ll get 14 days free trial.
This software helps you organize your life using the 1-3-5 method. This method says that you can prioritize your day using the idea that you’ll do one big task, three medium tasks, and five small tasks each day. You can create your own list or use a template.
There is a free plan and a paid plan for $2.5 a month.
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You can use Weekplan to achieve your goals and become more productive by using the four-quadrant time management matrix that Stephen Covey made famous.
This is a paid software with several payment plans, starting from almost $11 a month. Each plan has 7 days free trial period.
8. Whiteboard or Sticky notes
A lot of people love using a plain old whiteboard or a wall with sticky notes to make their plans. This is perfectly fine if it works for you and makes you more productive.
9. Paper Planner
This one is an oldie but goodie, and many people, including myself, love using paper planners to get organized, and there is nothing wrong with that. So, if that works best for you to keep things organized while also avoiding time wasters, then use it.
While you may have a basic time management structure in place, it’s not enough to organize your time. The most important thing to do from this point is to create a schedule for yourself with these tools and follow it. This is the first step towards organizing your time better.
I hope this post has helped you find the perfect tool for yourself and your productivity. If you find there are more awesome tools to help someone organize their time better, please feel free to share them in a comment.
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