For many time is viewed as the master and they are the low slave who must walk to the constant beating on the drum of time. Yet, this is not how it must be.
What would happen if you could become the master and not the slave to time? Would you have:
- More free time?
- More balanced life?
- More results?
- More fun?
- More success?
Maybe you are thinking:
- That is not just possible?
- You do not know my schedule?
- Time management training does not work because I have been there, done that?
First to answer those three questions:
- Yes it is possible because it is about you and not about time!
- I do not need to know your schedule, because you probably focus more of your time on what you can not control than what you can control.
- Yes, most time management training does not work, because time management is not about time nor about management, but about goals and integrity.
Starting right now, you must learn to lead yourself first. Self-leadership is how you no longer become the slave to time. Within this process of internal leadership, you should write down your own personal values statement. When you adore to this along with your vision and current mission statements, you will direct your actions and not react to the actions of others.
Finally, learn a proven goal setting and goal achievement process. Time management is really the apex of goal setting . Many time management training courses do not focus on the foundation that being goal setting for their time management skills and knowledge. Without a solid foundation, time management impludes creating more redo of the time management training.
By changing your focus away from time and to what the real issues are, you will no longer become the slave, but will become the master.
Source by Leanne Hoagland-Smith
Dr. Ravindra Aher
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