The Leadership Secrets of Santa Claus
October 8, 2015 | By The Walk The Talk Company |
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Introduction How do you save time? You can’t. There’s no way you can actually save time. If you could, people would be able to put years and years of it in the bank. They would trade, barter and bargain with each other to accumulate as much time as possible … more time than anyone else. Some people, the more miserly among us, would live thousands of years. But you can’t stop time long enough to grab it and put it away, can you? It keeps ticking along at the same speed every day of the year for everybody – rich and poor alike. So if you don’t use every minute that speeds through your existence, time simply winks at you and zips on by, never to be seen again. When I use the phrase “saving time,” what I really mean is using every minute – and using it in some way that benefits you, someone else or all of us. Thus, as you’re reading and you see “save 5 minutes,” it actually means that’s 5 minutes you can use more wisely. There is no silver bullet when it comes to time management. I have never found anyone who had two or three hours a day they could save by doing one thing better. But, I have seen many people find an hour or two a day they could use better by doing a few things differently. The trick is to look for the small increments of time … a minute here, 5 minutes there, etc. Add them all up and you’ll create more time to use. Of course, not every suggestion in this book will apply to you. There’s nothing magical about these tips – no smoke and mirrors.