Time Management – Accumulative Effect

Compound or accumulative effect is the impact of small steps, tasks, and/or activities, which contribute to goal accomplishment and/or a result as seen across time.

What is Time Management?

Why Time Management is Important

Time management is a habit, a process, and a mindset for the working professional to get things done.  Time management is our personalized tactical plan to handle today, tomorrow and the coming days.  Good time management is about working smarter, not harder, to get the most done same 24 hours in a day and seven days in a week…etc., etc..

Time management is, also, how we ensure that we:

  • know is happening,
  • Know what needs to happen in the future,
  • Are properly focused on the important tasks, and
  • Achieve work-life balance.

Definition of Time Management

Time management is the process of organizing, planning, and working to increase efficiency and productivity, both professionally and personally.

Related References

Time Management – focus

Focus is concentrating your efforts across time to a limited number of objectives, which can be supported to achieve goals.