What do you think about different dimensions

Six dimensions of self-management

What is self management and why should I use it?

The goal of self-management is to have more time for the essential things in life. They are techniques to effectively deal with the tasks and problems at hand.

1st dimension: the vision

Reflect on your life goals in order to be able to implement them.

How are you?

Make a list of wishes, ideas, dreams, and goals. Formulate the points concretely, graphically and in a positive mood.

Examples:

I will have completed my to-do list by the end of this month. I want to be promoted in 2 years.

2nd dimension: the organization

A perfect organization mainly consists of time management, i.e. the systematic planning of upcoming tasks.

In detail, time management consists of these three behaviors:

  1. written task planning
  2. set priorities
  3. Turn off time thieves

How are you?

Make to-do lists and work through them effectively. Take a look at work and study techniques. Techniques for developing creativity are also helpful.

3rd dimension: contexts

Learn to think globally and systemically. Understand the different systems in which you move.

Also consider the context of your relationship systems. What role do you play in the eyes of the others?

How are you?

Make a graphic overview of the systems in which you are active (family, work environment, place of residence, clubs ...). Think about and understand these systems. How do the systems influence each other? Prioritize them.

Relationship Management and Life Roles

Then make another overview of your relationship environment. Who is promoting you? Who is hindering your productivity?

What roles and supporting roles do you have towards other people? Make an overview of your relationships. What roles do you spend most of your time in? Which part of it do you enjoy the most?

With whom do you have conflicts and how can they be resolved? Are there role collisions?

Which people can you support, from which can you learn something?

Learn more about self-marketing, relationship management and networking.

Further keywords: genogram, sociogram, structured system analysis

4th dimension: values

Which values ​​and norms play a role in your decisions? Where do these ideas come from? How have the values ​​changed?

How are you?

Make a list of your values ​​and order them in order of importance. Mark values ​​that you can live out in everyday life.

Which values ​​play the general vision (point 1) again? Which values ​​contradict each other?

5th dimension: Self-confidence

Central questions of the fifth dimension are: How do you perceive yourself? How do you feel about others

How are you?

Write down how you feel about yourself in which situations. When can you act and decide freely? In which relationships are you afraid of acting independently?

Think about how you feel about strangers in general. Are they something better? Are other people worse than you?

The ideal of self-esteem is this: I OK, you OK. This is what you should work towards.

6th dimension: opportunities

Understand changes in your systems and use the positive effects that arise from them. Think about past upheavals and reflect on your actions back then.

How are you?

Practice the following skills:

  • Endure disorder and uncertainty
  • enjoy new state
  • Develop an interest in new things
  • Solve problems quickly

And now the main goal:

Today's implementation!