Tag Archives: Time Use

Backward Planning: The Second Important Life Skill

You are young at any age if you are planning for tomorrow. In my previous post I introduced the importance of habits and life skills that should be learned at an early age. And believe me, learning good habits is … Continue reading

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Management may have the clocks, but we’ve got the time!

“If it weren’t for the last-minute, a lot of things wouldn’t get done.” – Michael S. Traylor There’s an old saying in business: “Time is money”, which obviously refers to the need for greater productivity and output in a shorter … Continue reading

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The Karate Kid, Jimmy Connors and Work – Life Balance . . .

Better learn balance. Balance is key. – Mr. Miyagi (character in the movie Karate Kid) I remember quite vividly the original version of the movie, Karate Kid and the classic differences between Daniel, the frantic young boy and the calm … Continue reading

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