Time is a valuable resource that means different things to different people. For people who are good managers of time, it brings relaxation, satisfaction and success. These people tend to have productive work habits, effective relationships and successful lives. For others who are managed by time, time brings anxiety, stress, exhaustion and complication. One of the leading causes of stress is that people have too much to do and not enough time to do it. In this fast-paced society, learning how to manage your time can help you alleviate stress and reduce anxiety in your life.

So how do you become one of those people for whom time works for rather than against? Successful time management skills are a powerful performance tool in any busy professional’s tool belt and when cultivated and applied correctly, will ultimately increase your business’ bottom-line.

If you are struggling with time management, don’t worry you are not alone. Many people feel the need to learn effective time management skills. But what most people don’t know is that the secret to effective time management lies in the identification of your specific time management style. It all starts with self-exploration to enhance your self-awareness about how you use or misuse your time.

Here are a few things to contemplate today when deciding how to invest that most valuable resource we call TIME:

  • Who you are is comprised of every second that encapsulates your life from the first breath you take to your final exhalation. This hourglass runs until your time has expired. When your time runs out, the game of life is over. Your life, in the end, is the sum total of how you spent your time.
  • Since your life consists of the sum total of your choices regarding how you chose to allocate your time, it stands to reason that the level of success you achieve in your life will correlate directly with how wisely you used your time.
  • The good news is that using your time well is a skill that can be learned and developed with practice. But first, you must begin by taking a closer look at how you are using your time in relation to results you are hoping to achieve.

 

Until next time, make every performance count!
-Coach Susan

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