TIME IS A VALUABLE RESOURCE, A MOST PRECIOUS COMMODITY.
Every human on earth have the same amount of time
60 seconds in a minute,
60 minutes in an hour,
24 hours in a day,
and 168 hours in a week.
Time cannot be saved or stored.
It is not how much we have, but rather the way we use It ,
and there are a lot of time thieves that we should delete it .
Why should we manage our time?
To manage our life we must manage our time ,and to know how to transact with other works .
What/Who is a Time Thief ?
Simply put a "Time Thief" is someone who steals our TIME. While using their time, they use ours as well. Because of the way they use their time, they steal our time. They waste one of our most precious assets because they do not know how to use their time effectively and/or care that they are "stealing" our time.
WAITING IN LINE
The dreaded,slow-moving LINE. We've all waited in these lines. Despite many strategies implemented by managers and engineers, the slow- moving line lurks everywhere. Techniques such as fast clerks, Express Lines, and "Cash" only transactions to keep lines moving are regularly foiled by the CUSTOMERS. These are the customers who are stealing our time.
Don't just stand there- DO SOMETHING. Embarrass the Thief.[A caution - Don't confront these crooks directly - either verbally or physically. Direct comments to fellow customers, the clerk or just talk to yourself.] These people are crooks! They've stolen your time. Often they know they have violated the Rules of the Line. Or they are at least guilty of monumental inconsideration of others. If they are going to steal your TIME, then put that stolen time to work against them.
Steps to manage our time
1.Count all your time as time to be used and make every attempt to get satisfaction out of every moment.
2.Find something to enjoy in whatever you do.
3.Try to be an optimist and seek out the good in your life.
4.Find ways to build on your successes.
5.Stop regretting your failures and start learning from your mistakes.
6.Remind yourself, "There is always enough time for the important things." If it is important, you should be able to make
time to do it.
7.Continually look at ways of freeing up your time.
8.Examine your old habits and search for ways to change or eliminate them.
9.Try to use waiting time-review notes or do practice problems.
10.Keep paper or a calendar with you to jot down the things you have to do or notes to yourself.
11.Examine and revise your lifetime goals on a monthly basis and be sure to include progress towards those goals on a
12.Put up reminders in your home or office about your goals.
At the end I want to tell you that I learn more and more information about managing time and time thieves and I wish that you have a new information like me ….