Saturday, January 23, 2010

Time management

Let's see the quote from the student guide. " When you realize that the time is passing you by and cannot be turned back, and that you are getting older year by year. you will especially treasure the present moment."
There is an old Chinese proverb: " A unit of time is as precious as a unit of gold, but you cannot buy back one unit of time with one unit of gold." It means that time is ready very precious, as no amount of money can buy time.
My friends, this was the reminder of ancient people. Looking back, did you spend your time wisely? Did you do something that can ready make you truly happy everyday? Think it over and create your new destiny if you still haven't done yet.
For me, I have the plans related to time management as follow:
Spend time wisely
I will concentrate on my full time job and will not spend anytime on chasing money on others because I want to spend more quality time on more important matters.
I will spend most of the time to improve myself in many areas like
building up the better relationship with others in the family, working places,etc.
Personally I will not spend time on watching or reading those television program/ newspaper that contain lots of colorful yet tempting materials because I do not want to be trapped.
I will do my best to help others whenever I can like giving seats to elderly, talk to those lonely old people, help others whenever I can.
I will fill up myself all positive elements and create the new destiny.


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umihoney said...

we all have our own plan and long as the plan is good for us and for our loved ones and our community,its a good plan.Important thing is to fully make good whatever time we have today for a better tomorrow.

dannielo said...

If you’d like a tool for managing your time and projects, you can use this application inspired by David Allen’s GTD:

You can use it to manage and prioritize your goals, projects and tasks, set next actions and contexts, use checklists, schedules and a calendar.
A mobile version is available too.

Anonymous said...

Keep posting stuff like this i really like it

Faisal Admar said...

i never afraid of getting older, but to think about someday you will leave the love ones in pain, coz of your death... is scary and sad.

but that's life.

67 Not Out (Mike Perry) said...

Arrived here via blogcatalog.

You have some interesting posts and it's true that time is our most valuable commodity. It's also very easy to waste and use unwisely.


nothingprofound said...

I spend my time doing things I enjoy. I don't worry if it's trivial or a waste of time, as long I find it fulfilling.

businessmantra said...

Following are some time management tips to control and save your lots of time such as have a live meeting to jump-start the project, take advantage of today’s technology, know the time zones everyone is in, keep your calls to 45 – 60 minutes, keep everyone actively involved with the conference calls, focus on your meeting and project management skills, develop team building skills.

QuaChee said...

inspiring indeed, coolingstar9 :)