Time is your most precious and perishable asset.

Time is your most precious and perishable asset.

Those who get more done in less time get more out of life . . . more rewards, more success, and more free time to pursue their dreams and enjoy themselves.

In fact, you’ll discover from success expert Brian Tracy, that “the quality of your life is largely determined by the quality of your time management.”

You don’t have to be cold and calculating to be well organized. Time mastery does not mean letting the clock rule your life. In fact, the very opposite is true: time mastery gives you the absolute freedom to do what you want, when you want to do it. Ironically, you even learn to make time for spontaneity. The more time you make for yourself, the more free time you’ll have.
Use positive self-talk and affirmations to change your self-conceptions about time
• Visualize efficiency and excellence using mental rehearsal techniques
• Model your own behavior after the most efficient people you know
• Learn to lead others as an example of successful time management
• Become results-oriented, working smarter, not harder
• Delegate more effectively and become more adept at prioritizing
• Energize yourself with the positive results of your labor

By becoming a master of your time, you’ll greatly improve the sense of control you have and in turn improve your well-being in every aspect of your life.

Remember, time is your most precious and perishable asset. You can begin investing it more wisely



Thanks for the post. This is a great reminder about business and even life in general. So often then not some people can become focused on business and lose sight of what is also important - people. Sucess is worth pursuing and often it can lead to more free time. However, always remember what you are sacrificing and determine is it worth the sacrifice. What you end up doing with that extra time is up to you. Believe and Achieve! Smiling - Joe


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Great post!

Thank you for sharing!

I'd like to add something that I learned at a Stephen Covey workshop '5 Choices to Extraordinary Productivity'
1. Act on the important; don't react to the urgent
2. Go for the extraordinary; don't settle for the ordinary
3. Schedule your big rocks (as Joe says, this can be your family); don't sort gravel
4. Rule your technology, don't let it rule you
5. Fuel your fire; don't burn out

Consider your activities, your goals; what are you devoting your attention and energy to?



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Very motivating

Thank you.

Great Post

And I like your addition Valerie!


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