Tag Archive: Time Management

Successful Time Management isn’t about Getting More Done

You can find lost keys, but a wasted hour is gone forever. You complain that you don’t have enough time. But if you can’t manage time, it doesn’t matter how much you have.… Continue reading

Multitasking Makes you Stupid: Single-Tasking is Smarter

You can’t move forward when you’re running in circles. You can’t efficiently do two complex tasks at the same time. We’re addicted to constant distraction and repeated interruption. You feel insecure if your… Continue reading

How to Develop the Habit of Finishing Stuff

Bad habits – in the beginning – are easier than good. The habit of almost finishing stuff destroys effectiveness, diminishes respect, and drains energy. Anyone can start. Leaders finish. People live with dangling… Continue reading

How to Get a Grip on Your Schedule – The Three Big Rock Laws

A person who has a grip on their schedule has a grip on their life. Cramming more activities into less time is like walking on marbles. Running from one thing to the next… Continue reading

How to Manage Your Schedule When Your Hair is on Fire

Overcommitment is sprinting into oblivion with your hair on fire. Self-management is less about getting stuff done and more about your relationship with time. Effect of overcommitment: You can’t enjoy leading with a… Continue reading

The Secret to Managing Your Schedule isn’t about Your Calendar

The vulgarity of busyness destroys effectiveness. Life is a burning ant hill in many organizations. But crazy schedules reflect people, not time management skills. Life is manageable only when you manage your calendar.… Continue reading