What’s Your Scarcest Resource?
Some executives say income. If they had more income, they would be able to right the ship and put it back on course. Managers might say that if they had more or better employees they would be able to complete all the work that gets stacked up. Others will answer with, “I need more time.” If they had more time, obviously they would get the projects done. This begs the question: what are they doing with their time now that they can’t finish their work on time?
Time is money, so why do we squander it? Most large companies pay little attention to how employees spend their time. A key difference between a thriving company and a surviving company is using time appropriately. Everyone has the same twenty-four hour days to work and live in.
Discover how you can identify methods to improve how you use your scarcest resource: time.
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- What’s Your Purpose?
- How to be a Focused Leader
- How to Make Time for Work that Matters
- How to Find Your Customers’ Jobs To Be Done
- How to be a Better Leader, and Have a Richer Life