When you are desperately looking forward to have the best approach or best technique in editing and presenting your father of the groom speech, you only need some high quality strategies to follow. While it all seems rather complicated, messed up and required on a short notice, it’s all easy once you learn what approaches to follow.
Of course, some of the key elements are determination, desire, hard work and goal-oriented speech editing. What is the goal orientation? The simple idea: the basic requirement to have a complete, presentable groom’s father speech.
The strategy of wise time management
If you reject the idea by saying or thinking “I know how to manage your time”, then I strongly recommend that you still read this section. Time management is not necessarily about knowing hundreds of theories and never putting any in practice. It’s also not about some ideas you had sometime, but failed to apply due to something missing or not having enough details.
The only way you can approach wise time management is by knowing what to do, step by step. I don’t encourage foolishness: so making huge steps is not always possible. Still, it’s the small but certain steps that always take you to the greater ones. So, in conclusion, you just need baby steps to succeed.
What comes first? How do you manage time if your job also demands overtime? What if you have a regular job and a part-time job too?
The answers to these questions are now going to be given one by one.
What comes first?
What comes first is always established by:
- What is more urgent
- What came unexpectedly (dental appointment, car’s tire exploded, etc.)
- Helping the loved ones in need (your mother needs your help specifically for something, your wife needs you to fix the sink, etc.)
- The things that are absolutely necessary
What we are always confused about is point 1, what is more urgent, and point 4, the things that are absolutely necessary. The wrong way to manage time often comes by the wrong perception of what is urgent. Let’s check a practical example. More