Distraction is deadly. Though, getting distracted now is more common than ever before. Furthermore, the demand for focus is greater now than ever before. So, how can you regain focus in a distracting world? This is a simple trick I use to stop distraction and focus on what I should be doing instead.
This isn’t a video telling you to buy a study planner, make a to-do-list or keep your room tidy …
I wanted to get incredibly deep on this topic to discuss a strategy to life that I’ve kept quiet for a long time. This is a strategy to getting more done, stressing less about your work and procrastinating less. This is a guide to managing the many aspects of life we have as students.
On today’s episode, I run through 5 time management tips to boost your productivity as an Archi student. Especially in your first years, it’s difficult to understand why you have so much work to do and so little time to complete it. Trust me, it doesn’t get easier, you just have to get better, and, you will over time. But, you need to practice these 5 time management tips if you want to see improvement in your time management, organisation and productivity.
Specifically, I’ll talk about:
• Removing distractions
• Organising your work space to be clean
• Organising your files and folders – online and offline
• Creating systems
• Setting goals and reviewing your time using a diary
6 Time Management Tips for Architecture Students 3 minute read Life as an architecture student is fast. There are long days without any sunlight. There are sleepless nights. There are never-ending submission deadlines. And I’m here to tell you that it doesn’t get easier. Architects need to juggle between working on dozens of different things …