Many people I coach struggle to prioritize their work, finish tasks, and find time to think. They are not alone; I don’t know about you, but I struggle to do everyday things like shopping, cooking, and cleaning! Not to mention the lure of my smartphone as it buzzes to announce yet another text or email. It doesn’t matter if you are at work or at home or out shopping, time management is a critical skill in a world where weapons of mass distraction constantly seek your attention. ‘I don’t seem to have enough time in the day’, ‘I haven’t got
Workplace distractions happen to us all… and it seems we’re always rushing to meet a deadline.
Rather than fall victim to pleas for help from co-workers and other emergencies, Edward G. Brown, author of “The Time Bandit Solution: Recovering Stolen Time You Never Knew You Had,” provides the following tips to become the master of your time: