ife is crazy, filled with distractions, and sometimes you can feel like there are not enough hours in the day to do everything needed. So, it is important to understand how to organize and prioritize all challenges you are facing in a day. The goal of this weeks discussion is to help you practice using a time management tool or process so that you can assess how you are spending your day! Click on the below video or use this link: https://cdnapisec.kaltura.com/index.php/extwidget/preview/partner_id/956951/uiconf_id/43830551/entry_id/1_a2ilbajg/embed/dynamic ‘ REFERENCE https://imps.cdu.edu.au/tools/time-management/: Make sure to input your time in hours for the day and you can use decimals to represent less than an hour (i.e. 30 minutes = 0.5). CHOOSE A SCENARIO I have more than two (>2) hours in my day to dedicate to my CIS101 coursework. I have between one to two (1-2) hours in my day to dedicate to my CIS101 coursework. I have less than an hour (<1 hour) in my day to dedicate to my CIS101 coursework. ADDRESS THESE POINTS Welcome: Please provide a greeting to begin your post (e.g. Hello Professors and Peers!). Paragraph 1: Complete the activity. Use the Reference section tool or a tool of your choice to address your available time for CIS101 coursework. On average, how many hours a day do you (NOTE: Do not list this information in your discussion response as this is just an example of how to calculate your time): Sleep? Work? Eat? Engage in family time? Engage in volunteering, faith-based commitments, or other such activities? Engage in chores, errands, or related tasks? Watch TV, play videos games, socialize, or engage in leisure activities? Dedicate to health and wellness (i.e. exercise, meditation, etc.)? Engage in any other activity/task not listed? Identify the scenario you are using for this response. How much time do you have to dedicate to CIS101 today? The following tasks are due in Week 6 of CIS101 with recommended time allotments, but you should think about how long the task will take you to complete (NOTE: Do not list this information in your discussion response): Watch the Real Talk: Real Talk with Naomi Bishop: Time Management (5 pts) 5 minutes Read and Complete Chapter 6 of the Webtext (20 pts) 1-2 hours Take the quiz in Chapter 6 of the Webtext (50 pts) 30-45 minutes Join the Discussion (20 pts) 30-45 minutes Reflect on this Week (5 pts) 5 minutes Paragraph 2: Do you see any areas to reassess or change in your daily practices? Do you have enough time to manage your CIS101 tasks effectively? Why or why not? What is your plan going forward? What technology tools do you think are useful in managing your day? If you do not use technology tools now, would you consider adopting a technology tool to help you manage your day more effectively? Why or why not? What device or process do you rely on most during the day to keep you organized? Closing: Sign your post with your preferred name so that my team knows how to address you in the discussion forum. ORGANIZE YOUR POST Make sure that you always organize your post into paragraph format with 200+ words. Create a conversational flow (e.g. talking to someone) with a scholarly tone (i.e. no text talk or slang, spell and grammar check always using a tool such as Grammarly, etc.). PEER WORK FEEDBACK The scenario I have chosen is I have between 1-2 hours to complete my coursework in CIS101. I am the Internet Manager and Marketing Coordinator at two car dealerships so my work schedule is very hectic. I am not your typical 9-5 employee. On top of that because of the pandemic both of my children are now participating in virtual school so of course I have picked up the job of part time teacher now as well. I manage on average about 8 employees so oftentimes my marketing part of my job has to follow me home. My daughter, son, and I all have Chromebooks and once I get home, we sit in the office area of my home and complete our work. After dinner and baths, I can then jump on and dedicated some time to my course work but I do have to evenly divide it because I am taking two courses this semester. Typically, I try to get at least one to two tasks on my checklist complete beginning with my discussion questions which I tend to sometimes have the most trouble with. I do see areas where I can change in my every day practices. I do get a day off during the week and I need to focus on doing more work on that day but Netflix and Hulu find a way to take up most of that time as well as nail, hair, and eyelash appointments. I do have enough time to manage my task effectively because honestly it is not an overload of work and I do get two days off from work and my children are with their dad on weekends. My plan going forward is to dedicate more time on my day off and try to have all of my assignments complete by Thursday or Friday of each week so if I do any coursework over the weekend itll be for an advanced week. I typically use my calendar on my IPhone which sends me task reminders. I typically make myself a to-do list starting with the most important task to the least important daily.