When we are work from home or are at work, we all benefit from finding new ways to use our time as efficiently as possible. Setting aside the time to analyse how you work can be an invaluable time-saver, helping you to make your day less stressful and more productive.
Let us look at ways to improve the use of your time and isolate some aspects of your “time management” that could be improved and how to set some “long and short-term goals” to prioritise your workload.
Time is the most valuable resource we have in our “business toolbox”, it is a most precious commodity. Every human being on the earth has the same amount of time; even Bill Gates, Sir Alan Sugar, Oprah Winfrey, Peter Jones and of course YOU, all have the same time 24 hours in a day.
Sir David Frost once said, “I don’t like wasting money, but I hate wasting time”.
All the above have attained the heights they have and are where they are now, by an obsessive will to use their time wisely and to the full. If you think about it, you are no different to everyone else on the planet. Why?
One thing we all have in common is that we all have the same amount of time: –
- 60 seconds in every minute
- 60 minutes in every hour
- 24 hours in every day
- 7 days in every week
Time cannot be saved or stored. It is not down to how much we have; it is down totally to the way we attempt to use it. Managing time is solely an individual’s decision and is very personal to them.