One of the things that I often hear when speaking at events, working with clients or out networking with business colleagues is…..
‘That’s all well and good, Adrian, but where am I going to find the time to do all that?”
People often complain that they do not have enough time. But the fact of the matter is that they have the same amount of time as anyone else, whether rich or poor, successful or waiting to be found. It’s what you do with it that matters not how much you have.
Being a master of your time is one of the greatest skills that you can develop and one of the most powerful things that you can teach your team to help them improve their performance and productivity.
Here’s a set of 3 big tips from some of the biggest known names in the time management, peak performance and productivity industry that have helped me along the way. I hope they help you.
Did you like these tips? Do you use these tips or ones like them to help you mange your time? What other tips do you have that work for you?
Thanks to John Morgan for the image.