time management

Time Management

time managementTime is such a finite thing it ticks by on the clock, drains away like sands in the hour­glass and you can nev­er get it back. Peo­ple ask the ques­tion how do you man­age your time? The best answer I can give is to live your life like you had one day, time is more pre­cious when you have less of it in fact every­thing is more pre­cious when you have less. Time is a cur­ren­cy you can only spend once it is up to you what you spend it on. Do you spend it on some­thing of pur­pose or do you squan­der it like a lot­to win­ner squan­ders mon­ey?
Orga­nize your­self; if you are spend­ing time on things that are not ben­e­fi­cial to you, you can­not expect to get the same results as the man who is spend­ing his time on some­thing worth­while. Nev­er give your time to those who don’t deserve it giv­ing away time is like giv­ing away a small part of your life, if you think of it that way I’m sure you will want to spend your time on things that are wor­thy, when you draw the con­nec­tion in your mind that life is equal to time and time is equal to life.This real­iza­tion gives you a greater appre­ci­a­tion for time man­age­ment because what you are essen­tial­ly say­ing is that time man­age­ment is  life man­age­ment.
The good thing about liv­ing in the twen­ty-first cen­tu­ry is that there are so many tools to help you man­age your time, on the oth­er hand, there are a pletho­ra of things out there to waste your time. It is like this old sto­ry i think it was a greek sto­ry, in the sto­ry the hero is on his way to his goals and he stops to have a rest and gets dis­tract­ed by some­thing and you know that it some­thing mag­i­cal because that’s what always hap­pens in these sto­ries, any­way he’s there for what feels like a few hours he’s being treat­ed like a king and being tempt­ed to stay. When he final­ly sets off towards his goal (he almost for­got what his goal was) he finds out that three years has passed, he had been tricked to stray from his goals and he had less time to reach his goals.
Learn from this sto­ry pro­cras­ti­na­tion is the flighty thief that robs you of time, you see that in dis­trac­tions today you tell your­self that you will do it tomor­row and it nev­er gets done. Start man­ag­ing your time by writ­ing down goals, plan out your day, try to plan the next day the day before in this way you plan out your life.

Share
Share
Share
Optimization WordPress Plugins & Solutions by W3 EDGE