Organization and time management go hand in hand. If you have a system for remembering each of your tasks and knowing how much time to spend on each, then you've demonstrated an organizational skill.
The first step to organization is to set a goal so that you can determine the appropriate action steps to take along the way. Let's say your goal is to graduate high school. You should learn your promotion and graduation requirements so that you know what classes you'll need to pass and plan to take each year. Trojan, passing Biology makes a lot more sense when you know it's a required action step toward crossing that big stage and receiving your diploma!
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