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Are You A Time User Or A Time Waster?

Presented by MD Ahmed's

Have you often wished there were 48 hours in a day instead of just 24? There never seems to be enough time to get everything done that you want. Since we have about 16 hours a day, not counting sleep time, we must use our time.

On average, people waste about 2 hours a day. This is mainly from poor planning. If a person is unorganized, they waste time trying to find things, and they miss appointments. They only do one thing at a time when they could be doing two.

Good time management is a significant building block to success. Frequently, it's not how much time we spend working but how efficiently we do the work. The key to successful time management is careful planning and setting priorities. Plan your day, your week, and your month. Know when things need to be done.

"Failing to plan is planning to fail." -Benjamin Franklin.

When you run errands, try to do as many as you can on one trip. If you are self-employed, you can combine personal errands that are on the way to a business errand and have the mileage written off as a business expense.

Commuting to your work can waste time. However, if you must commute, you can use the time to listen to audio self-improvement tapes, audiobooks, or anything educational.

If you are a regular exerciser and belong to a gym, think about working out at home. If you lack the space and money for exercise equipment, try traditional bodyweight exercises. A little research on the Internet can show you websites devoted to this subject. Some people feel better and get the same if not better results when they do bodyweight exercises. Of course, if you go to the gym to socialize or network, that's okay. You're doing more than one thing at a time. For example, you can walk with your wife/friend. That way, you're getting exercise and husband/wife or friend interaction at the same time.

Setting priorities enables you to get the most important things done. Keep your eye on the big picture. Doní' let low priority things bump off the higher priority tasks from your schedule. If you've only got so much time, you must spend your time doing the things that bring you the most benefit.

"Things which matter most must never be at the mercy of things which matter least." -Goethe.

Time is so precious. If you want to be successful in life, you need to be spending more time being productive and doing things that are moving you forward. Spending hours a day watching TV, playing computer games, or surfing the Internet is not effective time usage. Of course, we all need downtime, but you need to determine how much is necessary. If you use your productive time efficiently, you will have more time to relax and have fun.


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