The two biggest problems in our day-to-day live are dealing with time management and stress management. Those problems seem to affect everyone that has very much tasks to do, but not enough times to obtain them done. We have found ourselves to believing overwhelmed and extremely stressed out; because a large number of us have tasks to complete in our day-to-day life. Feelings like these could be true because how we are managed our time, which could lead to many stressful situations in our lives. These situations could be because of poor or a lack of time management skills, which will ultimately lead people to believe extremely more stressed out than individuals who properly manage their time. These are the same problems that we face each day and would like and want to solve; Time management and stress management. We believe these two problems go hand-in-hand, and if people in the workplace can find the ability to follow a few simple steps, they can achieve the success that will come after. Believing that developing a research strategy to follow will aid in finding an effective solution to these issues that many face each day.
According to the Mayo Clinic, Effective time management is a primary means to a less stressful life (Mayo Clinic, 2004). Also according to Carter, Bishop, and kravits (2007) they say time management lets people finish tasks in a reasonable amount of time and manage stress. The different strategies can be beneficial to any individual who are motivated to defeat poor time management skills and put an end to unwanted stress.