Task Manager

As freelancers, we wear many different hats. In addition to performing our freelancing specialty for the client, we’re also the sales staff, the manager, the support team, and the accountant all rolled into one person. For many freelancers the project planning tasks that go along with freelancing may seem kind of overwhelming (especially if they’ve never done any project planning). Whether you’re a middle manager in a large business, a volunteer charity organizer,  an entrepreneur starting or running your own business, a project manager or member of a project team or even a home maker organizing your family, these tips will help you manage your stuff efficiently.

Keeping a Strict Lookout for the Deadlines:
In a client based work, meeting the deadlines is the one thing that determines the basis of urgency the most. It not only makes a good impact on the client if you regularly meet the deadlines but can also be a measure of prioritizing the work. Specifically, if you have a task to do, decide before hand how long it should take and work to that deadline – then move on to the next task.

Breaking Down the Deadline:
Assignments can be broken down into smaller tasks and their progress tracked as well. Breaking down assignments makes it easier for them to be completed because more than one person can work on the assignment by taking on one small task. Managers can break down larger assignments into smaller tasks and assign deadlines for each step. Reminders can be generated as each individual deadline approaches to ensure the project is being completed on schedule.

Keeping the Consequences in Mind:
Keep in mind however, that the more short-term goals you have, the more tasks you’re likely to have coming due soon. To avoid having too many tasks come due at the same time, you might want to have fewer goals if they are mostly short-term goals.

Taking in to Consideration the Money Flow:
When analyzing the money flow index one needs to take into consideration the following points: divergences between the indicator and price movement, Money Flow Index value. Money is a big motivation. When you consider that finishing certain project will bring in money, you will do it on time. Also, if you are paid for your work in advance, it will be an obligation to finish the work on time and that ought to make you meet the deadline and manage the tasks.

Considering the Timeline:
It requires identifying your obligations, carefully considering their importance, and making choices about how to use your time. In order to ensure that a project actually reaches fruition, a general deadline is defined for the completion date. The timeline will also include dates for smaller milestones to ensure that all team members are on task.

Scheduling and Working from End to Start:
We can begin to do more effective project management if we have a task scheduler that can work backwards from the milestone, consider work and dependencies, and calculate task start and end dates and project start date. You can reschedule command anytime you make a significant change to your projects, tasks, or weekly schedule to re-compute the start/end dates of projects & tasks.

Setting the Time Aside for Personal Projects As Well :
There are other, personal projects as well which needs your attention as much.  Personal projects may involve nurturing yourself with more knowledge about your work and polishing your skills. For individual tasks or for goals, an importance rating may be established, deadlines may be set, and priorities assigned. This process results in a plan with a task list or a schedule or calendar of activities.