Updated: Jan 13, 2020
American society, like any other, has the peculiarity that many people live from paycheck to paycheck. Some people have a limited income because of lack of experience, lack of job skills, or lack of college-level education but there is a large group of people that are always running out of money because of poor money management skills. For some people, no matter how much their income increases, they will always be in debt.
The same thing happens to those that cannot manage their time properly. Not being able to manage our time will lead to less professional achievement. We can get money back, but sadly, we can never get our time back.
Time management is a skill and just like any skill, it has to be learned and practiced. Time management is one of the most rewarding skills and that can take anyone very far, both personally and professionally.
If we don't manage our time effectively, sooner or later we will enter into a state of personal and professional disorder.
This year, if we want to experience a positive change, we must understand that time must be treated in the most respectful manner.
So, what is time management?
Time management is the coordination of tasks and activities in order to maximize the effectiveness of our efforts. Time management enables people to more quantity and quality of things done in less time.
In the next few days, we will be discussing a number of tips to help us become better time managers.
"Time is more valuable than money. You can get more money, but you cannot get more time." - Jim Rohn