Friday, 8 December
Today's Topic
Time Management: December & Q1

Skill + Do

Regular and consistent focus on priorities and decision-making removes the sting of disappointment you might feel when appraising your time management skills.

Most of the time sellers hear the term Time Management, they cringe. And that’s understandable.

Who likes analyzing how you spend your time? That activity forces judgment, and nobody wants their organization and decision-making competencies questioned, even if you’re the one doing the questioning!

Examine the selling behaviors of the TOP 10%, and you’ll learn that because they are constantly organizing themselves, they don’t feel oppressed by the scrutiny.

In other words, regular and consistent focus on priorities and decision-making removes the sting of disappointment you might feel when appraising your time management skills.

You are closer to achieving more efficient time management than you think… increase the frequency of self-appraisal, and you’ll be more conscious of your time and decisions.

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"I like to do weird things in the shower, like drink my coffee, brush my teeth and drink a smoothie. It’s good time management." Actress Michelle Williams

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