Achieving the desired results in the available time – both personally and professionally
✔ Keep focused and disciplined.
✔ Organise your mind – gain clarity in your thinking/decision making.
✔Achieve your goals – personally and professionally.
It’s important to know what your time is worth at work, but for time management to work for you personally, you will have to understand and accept:
The First Principle Of Time Management
There is no ‘right time’ to set goals … the only time is now.
Using time management techniques can absolutely mean the difference between goals achieved and goals left unaccomplished.
“When you take over the direction of your personal organisation you can steadily increase your available time, your output, and your satisfaction.”
James T. McCay