Tag: time management
Time and money often go together (courtesy of EarthWalk)
By now, you ought to know that time is the most precious resource of all.
Every one of us have only 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year. This universal rule applies regardless of our station in life. How we make use of our time determines our happiness and success in life.
Do you know what’s the best way to hack your life to achieve more?
Nope, it isn’t multitasking.
By now, you would have heard experts telling us that task switching leads to lower levels of concentration, flow, and efficiency. The time needed for us to “restart” each time we switch from activity A to activity B is actually counterproductive.
Courtesy of Vector Marketing
Do you know the secret to having a great day?
It begins the moment you wake up. That’s right, first thing in the morning.
“Everything man does today to be efficient, to fill the hour? It does not satisfy. It only makes him hungry to do more. Man wants to own his existence. But no one owns time. When you are measuring life, you are not living it.”
Since time immemorial, man has always been preoccupied with optimising his use of time. He invented innumerable ways to improve efficiency, generate greater returns on time spent, and maximise mileage out of every waking minute.
“Time is the only element in the world that is irretrievable when lost.
Lose money and you can make more.
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In a world inundated by social networks, ideas are plentiful. Just google any topic and you’ll find truckloads of tips and thoughts. There are a plethora of experts out there who are willing to give you lots of free help.
Including…ahem… yours truly. 🙂
Can you find more time to do the things that truly matter to you? How can you devote your energy to what’s truly important?
Courtesy of Lifehack
Ever wondered why some people can accomplish so much while others simply drift by? After all, don’t we all have only 24 hours a day and 7 days a week?
The trick is not in doing multiple things at once. In fact, the more multi-tasked you are – checking your Facebook account, listening to a sermon on iPod, reading the papers, and writing an essay – the less productive you will be.
Peter Bregman (courtesy of WaterStones)
As 2012 and the Year of the Dragon dawns upon us, I’m sure some of us would have made new year resolutions.
These can be as massive as writing a book or scaling Mount Everest to something more manageable like losing 10 pounds, exercising every week, or having dinner with one’s family every fortnight.
Do you know how you can increase your productivity?
Do you know how you can do more with less (time)?