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Five cures if you are a workaholic

Whilst some of the greatest discoveries ever made have been the byproduct of workaholics there are also many who simply pursue meaningless targets, working through the night because they have the false notion that it is important.

They live in a fantasyland, frequently having their sleep disrupted by work thoughts and often work weekends as they […]

By |December 24th, 2019|Comments Off on Five cures if you are a workaholic

Three time management wisdoms I have gathered from wise friends

My article, “time up”, struck a chord with many readers.  It is clear that in the high-pressure world we live in, some of course being self-inflicted, we are increasing becoming time poor.  The old lessons of time management need to be updated to reflect the world in which the millenniums work.

I would like to share […]

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Seven tips to get more out of the day

Stephen Covey in his book First Things First observes that great leaders appear less stressed and seem to have more time on their hands than the rest of us. He drew a time-management diagram (see below), pointing out that far too often we are firefighting in the ‘urgent and not important’ quadrant. We should instead […]

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David Parmenter’s 20 time management tips that will change your life

Time Is on My Side, Yes, It Is
I was promised, by my religious education teacher, when I reached fifty I would be working a four-day week. The Americans had just landed on the moon, with less computer capacity than your smartwatch. My teacher was certain that the technological advances would be used so ably and […]

By |February 28th, 2018|Comments Off on David Parmenter’s 20 time management tips that will change your life