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Time Management, A Deal!

Time Management

Time Management is one of the biggest challenges of modern times where CEOs, managers, executives, employees, co-workers, marketers, sellers, and the common layman are struggling to deal with.

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Saving time today is going to yield good fruits tomorrow, by this I mean, the time consumed for productive activities today, you are sowing seeds for fruits tomorrow. At the end of the month, you would realize, the time you saved nearly doubled your time and you had more working hours in a day. 

In my experiences, I have had so many challenges to face, reporting to my bosses and delivering the work on time and in the end, I realized how those fast-paced minutes of the day made my work more valuable and worthwhile.

Time Management System

A time management system is a set of tools and strategies that help individuals organize and plan their time in order to achieve their goals and objectives. These systems typically include tools such as calendars, to-do lists, and planners, as well as strategies for setting goals and priorities, breaking tasks into smaller ones, and avoiding distractions. 

The goal of a time management system is to help individuals use their time more effectively and efficiently, and to increase productivity and reduce stress.

Time Management Tools

There are many tools available to help with time management. Some examples include calendars, to-do lists, and planners. These tools can help you organize your tasks and schedule your time more effectively, allowing you to be more productive and get more done. 

Other tools, such as time tracking software, can help you monitor how you spend your time and identify areas where you may be able to improve your efficiency. Additionally, setting goals and priorities, and breaking larger tasks into smaller, more manageable ones can also be helpful for managing your time effectively.

Time Management Strategies

Here are some strategies for effective time management:

Set goals and priorities: Clearly define your goals and priorities, and focus on completing the most important tasks first.

Create a to-do list: Write down all of the tasks you need to complete, and prioritize them based on importance and deadline.

Use a calendar: Use a calendar to schedule your tasks and appointments, and to keep track of deadlines.

Break tasks into smaller ones: Large tasks can be overwhelming, so break them down into smaller, more manageable ones.

Avoid distractions: Stay focused on the task at hand, and avoid distractions such as social media or unnecessary interruptions.

Take regular breaks: Taking breaks can help you stay fresh and avoid burnout.

Delegate tasks: If you have too much on your plate, consider delegating some tasks to others.

Review and adjust your schedule regularly: Regularly review and adjust your schedule to make sure you are using your time effectively.

The modern timers have named Time as Money, I think it stands true to the fact that the more time you spend in your productivity the more money you are supposed to be making money, it's vice-versa and also interdependent till the extent you are talking of time spent in your company. 

The modern world has given us so many opportunities and efficient machines to work on making our tasks easier and faster but we still keep nagging about less time in a day. WHY DON’T WE ALL BECOME AGGRESSIVE ABOUT MANAGING OUR TIME? Now that sounds like an out-of-the-box question but if you think in detail about it, you will know what I am talking about. 

A person achieves success in life when he is passionate about it and the person truly gets what he deserves, only when there is aggressiveness in their temptations and they are willing to spend whatever hours just to achieve their goals in life, may it be personal or professional goals. 

Time and Money are both ingredients of the same mixture of what we call business, as you have time, you have money, and as you have the money you have time. It's only the people who value their time can truly value the time of others.

Time Management and Self Discipline

Time management and self-discipline are closely related. Self-discipline is the ability to control one's actions and behaviors in order to achieve a goal or objective. In the context of time management, self-discipline is necessary in order to follow through on a plan and stick to a schedule. 

For example, self-discipline is necessary to avoid procrastination and distractions, and to stay focused on the task at hand.

Different organizations have different strategies that will determine the money spent on the company’s expenses the same way a businessperson will develop a strategy that will determine how he will spend his time on selling his stuff. 

Time is one of the most important priorities today, each business has a properly set budget to run their units and businessmen follow a particular budget for spending time. 

Here I share with you some of the best things to do to save your valuable time and utilize it in a very productive manner:


The most important factor today is of time and even more important is giving it priority. Big organizations don’t work just simply by formulating different strategies; they have an organized time balanced plan in place to handle their vast resources. 

It doesn’t get much difficult once you are used to managing and effectively prioritizing your tasks on a daily or monthly basis and as you move ahead, you will see managing your time is like a habit, you start identifying key decisions to be taken and the tasks that need to be completed faster than the rest.


Anyone can dedicate their time to doing some productive work but what is more important is doing your work with a focus, if you are focused on doing something then there are more chances of you being more successful. 

Set your tasks each for a week or every month and follow them accordingly and focus on doing them. A lot of our time gets wasted throughout the day even without us knowing it like unwanted meetings, guests from abroad, committee meetings, etc.

These are some things that you cannot avoid but if you have focused on doing what little you could do, you can greatly improve the chances of completing your tasks right now.

Setting Aside the Time

Divide your time into productive and non-productive activities, have all your plans in place every week, and change them as needed each day. The most productive of your time gets utilized in varied activities like planning, organizing, calling meetings, developing new strategies, ideas, etc. 

You can learn effective time management by a “do not disturb” board marking outside your office, prioritizing what tasks are needed earlier and calling weekly meetings.

Time has always been a crucial issue in this fast-paced world of machines, we humans act as machines and keep doing productive work till we have fuel filled in us and that fuel is our motivation, and zeal to proceed ahead in life, completing the targets, being passionate about our work, resources and company culture and the most important of all, “Giving importance to your own time and respecting the time of everyone around you”. 

Managing your time is dealing with yourself, dealing with the company, dealing with your clients and yes it’s a LIFETIME DEAL!

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