Saturday, March 13, 2010
In a chapter titled "Catch Your Day By The Throat" in the book FULFILL YOUR THREATS, the author suggests that what you do in the first hour of your workday can make or break the rest of what you attempt to do for the rest of the day. He also urges us to develop the habit of accomplishing all our goals (context sensitive of course) during the first three hours of our workday. A spotlight is thrown on "the time value of money", with the interesting argument that most of us invest a lot of time inefficiently to reap a disproportionately small amount of money. Do you agree that a time audit would help you align your workload with what you earn from your work?