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Rich’s Rules for Achievement # 5 – Manage Your Time

August 18, 2015

Professional 3 3836You Only Have So Much – Manage Your Time

A song from the group Rufus in 1974 included the lines, “‘Got no time’ is what you’re known to say.  I’ll make you wish there was 48 hours to each day.”   Forty years later and, now more than ever, people are wishing they had 48 hours each day.   There are so many more choices you can make and so much more you can do in this high- tech information age that it’s easy to run out of time on any given day.

Goal and task-oriented types gravitate towards the principles of time management because they are always looking for ways to accomplish more goals in less time.  In the world of accomplishment, time and money are equally valuable.

People and relationship types often seek to learn time management principles once they find themselves in a position of greater authority with greater demands, or needing to “buckle down” to learn a skill, develop a talent or get an education.  Although time management thinking doesn’t come as easily to people types, many have learned and excelled at setting goals, managing time and accomplishing projects with deadlines.

Whether it’s an interest that makes sense, or one that requires great effort according to your personality, managing time supports your efforts to achieve goals and turn dreams into reality.

For this reason, Manage Your Time is Rich’s Rule of Achievement # 5.

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