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VALUE OF TIME
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VALUE OF TIME

Nothing is worth more than this day.

BE IN THE PRESENT

As you walk, eat and travel, be where you are. Otherwise you will miss your life.

TIME FOR YOU

You mark at least two times per month in your calendar for you to do something for yourself.

 

WORK THROUGH OTHERS

Don't try to do everything yourself when you can get help from others.

BE SELECTIVE WHEN READING

Scan books and articles quickly by using boldface headlines and subheadings to identify parts you want to read.

LIMIT THE SIZE OF MEETINGS

People do not work as hard in groups as they do alone.

STRESS CAUSES TIME LOSS

60% of women say stress is their number one problem. Stress decreases the effectiveness of their immune system, making people more susceptible to illness.

KEEP CURRENT

Don't let a backlog of jobs keep you from acting on high-priority opportunities. Tackle one back-log item each day until they're done; but don't allow them to consume your day.

 

DO IT NOW

Studies have shown that core executives will pick up a single piece of paper from their desk thirty or forty times before acting on it.

 

PUT YOUR JOB IN PERSPECTIVE

People are working longer hours, taking work home, visiting doctors more often and taking more sick days. The number of workers highly satisfied with their jobs dropped from 62% in 1991 to 45% in 2001.

LIFE'S TRADE -OFF

We let go of our need for perfect order, achievement or status in exchange for a higher quality of life and more fulfilling emotional relationships with the people we love.
 
THE VALUE OF PLANNING

"A good idea is worth one dollar. The plan for implementing that idea is worth a million dollars."

 

ORGANIZE PAPERWORK AT HOME

Only 10 to 15% of all households really have their records under control, according to Mary Martin and J. Michael Martin in their book, Home Filing Made Easy.

GOAL ACHIEVEMENT

According to the book, Psycho-Cybernetics 2000, your automatic mechanism moves you toward the things you think about. So don't write out your goals and then forget about them. Review them daily, and spend time on them at least weekly.

 
 

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