Time Management


 In this article, I would like to share the four Ds of Effectiveness that will boot up your time management skills.   


 Recently I have purchased a book on “Time Management” and it was very useful for me. I thought of those concepts through this article. Hopefully, this will be very useful for all of us, since these days, we all are engaged in many activities.  

Time Management – An Introduction

 The ability to manage your time, as much as any other practice in your career as an executive, will determine your success or failure. Time is the one indispensable and irreplaceable resource of accomplishment. It is your most precious asset. It cannot be saved, nor can it be recovered once lost. Everything you have to do requires time, and the better you use your time, the more you will accomplish, and the greater will be your rewards.    Time management is essential for maximum health and personal effectiveness. The degree to which you feel in control of your time and your life is a major determinant of your level of inner peace, harmony, and mental well-begin. A feeling of begin “Out of Control” of your time is the major source of stress, anxiety, and depression.  The better you can organize and control the critical events of your life, the better you will feel, moment to moment, the more energy you will have, the better you will sleep and the more you will get done.  It is possible for you to gain two productive hours each working day, or even double your output and your productivity, by using the ideas and methods taught in this article. 

The Four Ds of Effectiveness

 The first D is Desire. You must have an intense, burning desire to get your time under control and to achieve maximum effectiveness. The second D is DecisivenessYou must make a clear decision that you are going to practice good time management techniques until they become a habit. The third D stands for DeterminationYou must be willing to persist in the face of all temptations to the contrary until you have become an effective time manager. Your desirer will reinforce your determination. The most important key to success in life, the fourth D, is DisciplineYou must discipline yourself to make time management a lifelong practice. Effective discipline is the willingness to force yourself to pay the price and to do what you know you should, do when you should do it, whether you feel like it or not. This is critical for success.  The payoff for becoming an excellent time manager is huge. It is the outwardly identifiable quality of a high performer vs. a low performer. All winners in life use their time well. All poor performers in their life use time poorly. One of the most important rules for success is simply to form good habits and make them your masters.  Remember that time management is really life management. Good time management and personal productivity begins by valuing your life and every minute of that life.   

Do What You Can, With What You Have, Right Where You Are

 You should say to yourself, “My life is precious and important, and I value every single minute and hour of it. I am going to use those hours properly so that I accomplish the most I can, in the time that I have.”  The good news is that time management is a business skill, and all business skills are learnable. Time management is like riding a bicycle, typing on a keyboard, or playing a sport. It is made up of a series of methods, strategies, and techniques. It is a skill set that you can learn, practice, and master with determination and repetition.  


 In this article, I have shared the main four Ds that are effective to improve your time management skills. I hope that this was very useful to you all. We will have more detailed skills for time management in my upcoming articles. Please feel free to share your thoughts in the comments session and share it on your media.  

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