If you’re not a naturally time oriented individual who segments their experience of time out in front of them, then you may find yourself running short on time to accomplish the things that matter. I once saw a presentation by Philip Zimbardo on how people orient their experience of time and how it fashions their focus and decision making. You can check it out here. What really resonated was how some folk seem to accomplish so much with the time they have versus those who accomplish so little. And it would seem that if your future oriented you’re in luck.
If however you’re still finding it challenging getting through all that needs to be done, in this entry there’s some practical time saving tips that might help. Sometimes all it takes are a couple of small adjustments to make a profound difference in our effectiveness.
Does every day seem to be a mad rush from the moment you jump out of bed to when you fall back in bed at night? You’re not alone. Many people say they are always in a hurry throughout their day. Wouldn’t it be great if you could rush a little less through your day?