Time- A precious benefaction
“Yesterday is gone. Tomorrow has not yet come. We have only today. Let us begin.” ― Mother Theresa
“Don't waste your time with explanations: people only hear what they want to hear.” ― Paulo Coelho
“Don’t waste your time in anger, regrets, worries, and grudges. Life is too short to be unhappy.”― Roy T.Bennett
The above mentioned celebrated sayings are one of their kind. They effectively proclaim the indisputable significance of time.
Time is money,
time is king, we are the slaves of time.
We, as human, don't seem to have any control over the time in any manner whatsoever. But have you ever wondered, how time could be our master, since the clock was invented by a human? Interesting, isn't it? Who came up with the idea of a clock, who knew that the time could be captured inside a clock.
IDEA OF TIME-KEEPING IS OLD
The idea of time-keeping dates back to as early as 2000 B.C, when the Egyptians used to divide the day into a 12-hour period, they used various devices in the beginning to keep a track of time. This idea evolved greatly, and got embraced widespread, people began to realize that there is something that needed to be taken into consideration, to perform daily routine activities, that is time, since they observed the emergence and disappearance of both the sun and moon after a specific time interval.
The clocks invented at those times, weren't however able to supersede over the integrity of the human being. It was certainly declared that time is something we should keep a track of, and yes to some extent, we seem to act as slaves of time, since we are bound to follow time, in order to accomplish our day to day activities. But then again, we could easily manage to surpass the time, and be superior to the time, if and only if, we are able to utilize our time in the most effective and productive manner.
We could never step ahead in our lives, we could never achieve our goals, if we do not plan our steps and actions properly. Here, I would like to emphasize mainly on the adequate utilization of time and suggestions on how we could eliminate time wasting habits. It is an insightful thought that successful minds, don’t waste time, they think positive and take every challenge in a constructive manner, so that productive outcomes could be achieved.
TIPS ON EFFECTIVE UTILIZATION OF TIME:
Following are some of the tactics, that have proven to be conducive for effective productivity of an individual whilst adapting an efficacious time utilization approach.
Always make a to-do list at the start of every day.
Look into your strengths, positives, achievements, note them down, talk yourself out. ·
Spend time reading useful books, you may choose any book as per your niche, or you may choose books/encyclopedia as per your assigned tasks. ·
Don’t waste time on useless chattering, gossips, that would never benefit you, but only would cause your time to get wasted. ·
Attend workshops, seminars, always take some time out in attending such insightful debates, that would ultimately be helpful in broadening your vision and mind. ·
Don’t create a dis-balance between your professional and personal life. Those who work hard without considering other life factors, are left behind facing multiple issues, since they don’t realize the importance of other factors in life, they think of their career to be their only prestige. ·
Always show gratitude, one who is grateful, doesn’t fear of losing anything, as he has developed that very idea of patience and prestige, which forbids him of any wrongdoings.Source: Pixabay
It can well be concluded here, that TIME is Money The one who has lot of Money, but he is about to die within a few minutes, is the poorest and the unluckiest man in the world, since he doesn’t have time to effectively utilize his money for his well-being. On the other hand, a person who has plenty of time, but doesn’t have money, is the luckiest person, since he’s got the opportunity to surmount and comprehensively succeed in his area, thereby rewarding himself with that sufficient money, that would be a source of his convenient and contented life.