- Find something to enjoy in whatever you do.
- Don’t waste a single moment on regretting failures and instead learn from your mistakes.
- Get the most important task done as soon in the day as you can. Read the rest of this entry »
Procrastination. Even the best of us do it. And almost always we feel guilty about it.
Even now - I’m writing this post while I should be working on a bunch of other things. But hopefully, when I’m finished, I still feel a lot better, because I’ve completed a really important article. Procrastination is one of the biggest time leaks and should be dealt with wisely.
This is a video preview of Big Rocks, a video featured in The 7 Habits workshops. This classic video helps participants grasp a clear understanding of “big rocks” as they watch Stephen R. Covey teach in a live workshop setting.
Let’s look on the light side of time management. These inspirational quotations once again remind us of the real value of time.
It’s quite surprising to see, that most of these thoughts are very old.
- They always say time changes things, but you actually have to change them yourself.
- I am definitely going to take a course on time management… just as soon as I can work it into my schedule.
Louis E. Boone
- Time you enjoyed wasting is not wasted time.
T. S. Elliot
Here’s a selection of quotations by Stephen R. Covey on the subject of time and effectiveness.
Time is money, Benjamin Franklin once said. But actually, it’s so much more valuable than money. If you lose money, you can always make some more. But, once you have wasted a day, you never get to live it again.
In order to achieve more we are tempted to work more hours and run faster. However, productivity is not about squeezing more work into your days. It’s about getting more IMPORTANT things done faster and spending the time saved with your family and things that really matter.
Let’s look at the biggest leaks that are sucking up our time when we’re not watching.
If you’re spending more time on everyday communication and correspondence than on real work, then you have probably not yet figured out the real goal of your job. Well, there’s nothing wrong in interacting with different people, but if the constant lack of success is causing stress, it’s about time to ask - does your work consist only of meetings, phone calls and e-mails or do you also have time for real work? When was the last time you did something you can really be proud of?
There is a huge amount of time saving tips available and hundreds of books have been published on the subject. I have selected the top 10 easiest ones of these to implement. I feel they have really helped me to achieve success in business and balance in life.
David Allen, author of “Getting Things Done,” one of the best-selling productivity books of all times joins Robert Scoble to talk about the future of work and how to make the most of productivity while minimizing stress.
In this clip, Brian reminds us how time efficiency can make all the difference in the world when creating a successful business. Finding these clips helpful?