by Penumetcha Sravya
Why spending time reading on time management ? One never stops learning first of all and secondly, the world we live in changes constantly. Learning new tools and refreshing the old will help you excel above all others and like the saying goes, “5 minutes of planning (reading in this case) will save you 1 hour in execution”. Managing your time well isn’t something that you should do; it’s something that you must do. Time is a non-renewable but a critical resource and once it is lost it can never regained.
Consistently meeting your deadlines at the last minute will give you the false impression that you are succeeding at managing your time, but it will eventually lead you towards failure. Not to mention that it will almost certainly result in a burnout! So take it easy. Do things one step at a time and you will eventually find yourself giving lectures to your staff on time management.
Improving your time management skills doesn’t require any specific abilities. In fact, practicing good time management is within everyone’s reach. Those that succeed had enough desire and perseverance to get information on the subject and took the time to experiment in order to find which techniques delivered the best results for them.