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Dec 18


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Spending Executive Time



There are Many Currencies, the Most Expensive is the Time Currency; when lost it cannot be regained.

You don’t have to be an executive to place value on your time, which is the most valuable currency to spend.

Your success is actually tied to your ability to manage your time and set your priorities.

A professional would cost his time per hour, no wonder most services are charged per hour in many countries.

What do you do with your most prized asset?

You must figure out what you can delegate. Know the tasks that only you can do and those that could be performed by others, so that you can concentrate on those which leaders are required to perform, such as creative thinking, innovation, problem solving and making success.

Photo: easyrock.com

Photo: easyrock.com

For example, being chauffeur driven may not be luxury for a busy executive when he needs to think, make calls, send emails, write messages, and a do whole lot of being on top of his game.
Time spent driving through traffic, getting worked up by angry drivers, parking, fueling, and so on could be spent on doing the stuff that keeps food on the table for the entire crew.

You don’t have to work too hard…work smart hard!

Don’t Waste Precious Time…


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