Rate yourself in points: 0 – almost never, 1 – sometimes, 2 – often, 3 – almost always.
1. I reserve at the beginning of the working day time for preparatory work, planning.
2. I delegate everything that can be entrusted.
3. I am writing in writing the tasks and goals, indicating the timing of their implementation.
4. I try to process every official document at once and finally.
5. Every day I make a list of upcoming cases, ordered by priorities. The most important things I do first.
6. I release my working day from extraneous telephone conversations, unplanned meetings, unexpected meetings.
7. I distribute the daily load in accordance with the schedule of my working capacity.
8. In my plan there are always windows that allow you to respond to current problems.
9. I direct my activity in such a way as to primarily focus on a few "vital" problems.
10. I can say no, when others pretend to be my time, and I need to do more important things.
0-15 points. You do not plan your time, are in the grip of external circumstances and will achieve your goals if you make a list of priorities and stick to it.
16-20 points. You are trying to master your time, but not always consistent enough to be successful.
21-25 points. You have a fairly high level of self-management.
26-30 points. You can serve as a model for anyone who wants to learn how to use their time efficiently. You should learn from.