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Saint's Devotional: Time Management - by A.B.King



“So teach us to number our days, That we may gain a heart of wisdom.”
- Psalm 90: 12

One major thing that seems to be the flaw of all Gamers is their inability to manage their time properly; Gamers spend too much time on their consoles.
As a Gamer it’s important that you map out your day by having a To-Do List for each day. You could designate a given amount of time for each task. Maybe 2 hrs for reading a new educational business book, 4 hrs for work and so on.
If you are having problems with keeping to the list, you could put up durations for important or profitable tasks like studying your bible or educational books; mostly things that you know are beneficial but you don’t really classify them as fun things to do just like shores. Then leave the remaining time left for your leisure; example playing games.
If you do this you would discover that you are still playing a lot of games but you would not be ignoring your responsibilities.
If you noticed I suggested you designated tasks a duration but not a particular clock time. That means you can put the required time for reading or shores are at 7 pm or 6 am; basically when ever you want. The reason for this is because I have found out that your day doesn’t always turn out the way you want it to.


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