At some point in your life, you might have taken a time management class, read about it in books or used a paper based day planner to prioritize and schedule your day. This information helps you think you will be so well organized all your tasks will be completed, yet you still find things that need to get done.
You then believe that everything to be learned in managing time is a complete waste of time because it doesn’t work.
Well, before you can start out to manage time, you need to understand what time is. The dictionary can perfectly define what time is, the aspect or time frame in which things occur. It’s simply called when stuff happens.
Clock time and real time are the two (2) types of time. Clock time is composed of 60 seconds, 60 minutes in an hour, 24 hours in a day and 365 days in a year. Once a person turns 50, they are actually 50 years old, no more any less.
All time is relative in real time. Time will just pass by depending on what activities you have done. How would you describe the world in which you really live? Is it real time or clock time? Nowadays clock time is irrelevant, because you are not living in nor have access to it. We are living in real time, where time flies without knowing it. One minute you’re just having fun then suddenly on uninteresting tasks the time seems to drag.
The very good news is that real time is mental. It occurs between your ears, you create it. Something you create you are able to manage. It’s time for you to remove any foul up or self limitations that you have inside, not having the enough time as well as not being the perfect time to start up a business or even manage your business properly.
Basically, there are three ways to shell out time; these are your thoughts, conversations, and actions. No matter what business you have, it is still composed of these three items.
Most entrepreneurs at some time get distractions or are pulled in a different direction. Despite the fact that you can’t eliminate interruptions, you can decide how much time you allot to these so that the main focus of your time is on activities which will lead you to success.
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Article by George McGillivray, Webecom Marketing who has lived in Stonehaven for over 30 years and created the Portal website www.stonehavenguide.net so that people could learn more about the town.