It really interests me when I see training courses, or coaching practices for ‘Time Management’ and I’d really love to see how the providers expect to be able to teach people to ‘manage’ time.
The last time I looked at it, each day had 24 hours, or 1440 minutes, or a total 86400 seconds, and no matter how I have tried I can neither add nor deduct an time from that. Neither have I been able to slow it down to cram more into the day, not speed it up to get to a particular point that in my excitement I wish to come sooner. Yet, time doesn’t seem fixed, there are times that the day has dragged by, the ‘watched pot never boils’, or the opposite of ‘time flies when you’re having fun’. So what’s going on?
I suggest that rather than trying to ‘manage’ time, we can put into place strategies and ways of working that makes us more productive, allows us to get more done and, more importantly, makes time serve us.
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