The 60/15/10 Rule for Time Management

Time is our most precious asset.  We all have 60 minutes in an hour, 24 hours in a day.  How we spend our time

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Chuck Holmes is a Network Marketing Professional, author, and blogger. He's been in the industry since 2002. He is one of the top producers in his network marketing company. He is happily married and lives in Florida with his beautiful wife, Rachel. He enjoys flea markets, reading, writing, walking, fishing and funny movies. You can call Chuck during business hours at (352) 503-4816 EST or you can email him at

6 thoughts on “The 60/15/10 Rule for Time Management

  1. This is one of my favorite posts on this site. Very useful indeed.

    I have to admit that time management was an issue for me, even though I’m working on it and am seeing a bit of improvement. And I’m sure this tip is going to help me improve my time management even further.

    Most people work for hours on end, but most of their time is not spent doing focused work.

    But you can accomplish much more this way even if you worked 2-3 hours a day, than you would sitting all day in front of the computer screen.

    Thank you for sharing.

    • Glad I could help man. Learning how to manage your time effectively is very important.

  2. I do think the breakdown of time would be beneficial. It can be so tedious to just sit down and work for hours on end. Of course, too much down time can keep you from completing necessary tasks. This seems like a good balance to help you stay productive, give yourself a mental break, and then make a plan for how to keep moving forward.

    • This time management strategy keeps you balanced and focused.

  3. The 60-15-10 rule seems like a good system. Maybe I should start using it more. I consider myself a somewhat productive individual, but if I can find ways to become even more productive, that would be great.

    I really enjoy how you explained the system here. It seems this could be used in many business structures…not just network marketing.

    The key I see here is having a timer you set for each period. I know how easy it can be to get caught up in play and forget about time. That goes for work too.

    Very good advice Chuck. Thanks.

    • Yes, if you use a timer and follow this system it works wonders. I think it could help anyone in any business.

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