Easy Step by Step Guide to Stress and Time Management [Secure eReader]
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eBook by Brian Lomas
eBook Category: Business/Self Improvement
eBook Description: This book contains lots of tips and hints which you can absorb easily into your existing work (and home) patterns to help your time management and ease your stress level. It explains how you might be contributing to your ownstress level--and what you can do about it; how you can influence others to take on some of the workload coming your way--and, even better, how you can pass on some of your work to others; how to recognise and then reduce the amount of time you 'waste'; how to prioritise--what to do first and last; how to take stock of your life in general and take control of it; and how looking after yourself can benefit everyone--especially you.
eBook Publisher: Rowmark/Rowmark, Published: 2005
Fictionwise Release Date: April 2005
Time is valuable - perhaps a fairly obvious thing
to say, but if we all know it, why does anyone
ever procrastinate? And it's an asset - what is
known as a 'wasting' asset because when you've
spent it, you can't get it back - there's no such
thing as a refund and the only re-runs are the
ones you see on television.
Whilst it is an important first step to
recognise the value of your time, it is
also vital to remember that you should
be the one to decide how to spend it.
Some people adopt a philosophy of treating
every day as if it was their last and pack as much
into their life as they possibly can. They don't
'waste' any time but move as fast as they can
from one thing to the next. They have lots of
energy (for a while at least), get lots achieved
(but not necessarily very accurately) and their
bosses love them because they do lots.
Colleagues do not love them because they show
everyone else up.