Time Management Tactics for Academics

Tactics for being more effective with your time in academia

Time is an asset that you are always spending, and it can never be replenished or replaced, so spending it in the best way possible will always enhance your effectiveness in academia.

Nick Feamster, Princeton University shares with you a series of tactics that he has developed over the years. He sums it up for you in his five ‘B’s:

1. Bits

2. Budgets

3. Buffers

4. Bounds

5. Barriers

Click here for a link to his full blog post.

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