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POSEC stands for Prioritizing by Organizing, Streamlining, Economizing and Contributing. The main way to do this is by taking a closer look at what you must do on a daily basis, and figuring out the best way to manage these tasks.

The POSEC method of breaking down goals into smaller tasks works well for many people, but not all. The POSEC method teaches you to prioritize these smaller tasks so that reaching your ultimate goals is a matter of successfully completing these simplified tasks one step at a time.

For any individual, prioritizing their goals in order of importance is crucial. This skill is offered by the principles of the POSEC method of time management. A proper execution of POSEC would result in an upward movement on Maslow’s “Needs Hierarchy.”

The POSEC model is comprised of the five stages listed below.

Prioritize – Since the POSEC method is loosely based on Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, you can easily remember the first step by looking at which tasks are the most important for your goals. This is called prioritizing.

Organize – Planning the flow and structure of the tasks one has to carry out regularly to attain their goals. Organizing one’s work properly ensures that one has the essential things in life such as food, shelter and clothing thus giving them a feeling of security and freedom. Various tasks have to be carried out with proper planning such as being punctual, monitoring activities and arranging your work place in such a way that anything could be found with ease.

Streamline – Streamlining is generally used in reference to daily tasks that one is not always eager to do, but must nevertheless be completed. Dishwashing, cleaning, and other household chores are examples of such tasks. Making such work simpler and faster by streamlining leads to higher efficiency and quality of work.

Economize – Creating economy has to do with activities you must or would like to perform, but you are not required to do these activities urgently. Some tasks related to economizing include acquiring new skills, participating in projects of your preference, and taking part in personal development, etc. The tasks previously mentioned are considered the less important ones and, therefore, are found at the bottom of the list of priorities.

Contribution – It is important to learn to focus your time management skills into meaningful contribution. The contributions you make today will make a large difference in the way you experience tomorrow. One way to think about contributing to humanity is to use Maslow’s understanding of your own and others motivation. Applying these concepts while considering the social setting of contribution will reduce the time necessary to reach your goals

Ron Finkelstein is a small business owner who has spent a fortune and lifetime improving his Time Management Strategies. If you liked this time management tip, you might also like to learn about the Eisenhower Method of time management

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