This book on Time Management is a practical guide to manage the limited time resource efficiently and effectively. The first and foremost is the need to change the attitude and mindset towards time. We do not realise the value of time till the day we miss a train or a flight and have to bear the consequence of being late by a second.
The book talks about work life balance and circle of personal perspective-professional, financial, relationships, emotional, spiritual, and wellness, the need to prioritise and remain focused. The author identifies 25 major time wasters, and each one of us has to do a similar exercise of identifying and controlling time wasters.
The author based on his experiences shares some useful tips on how to manage time and how to be on time for appointments and events even in a city of traffic jams like Delhi. There are numerous practice tasks in the book. The author outlines the process of time management, including planning, goal setting, time log, to do list, prioritisation matrix, Pareto principle, prime and non prime time work distribution, delegation of work, pacing work, providing buffers, organising work area and doing 5S, skim reading and so forth.
The author shows how to manage interruptions, one of the biggest time waster, and how to control meetings and telephone calls.
The author wants all to use technology and apps which help in managing our time.
In the end the book highlights certain time management scenarios like the art of saying ‘No’, workaholics, perfectionist, sheep without a sheepdog, monkeys on one’s back and learning time management from Nature.
Binding: Paperback (Perfect Binding)
Availability: In Stock (Print on Demand)
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