Generally, time management refers to the development of process and tools that increase efficiency and productivity.
When we think about time management, however we tend to think about the personal time management, loosely defined as managing our time to waste less time on doing the things we have to do so that we have more time to do the things we want to do.
Therefore, time management is often considered or presented as a set of time management skills; the theory is that once we master the time management skills, we’ll be more organized, more efficient, and happier.
At Qipa, we do not take time management training primarily as a tool for realizing how much time people waste but as a way of finding together a solution for the wasting time issue.
We can’t manage time: we manage ourself.
We can manage what we do with the time we have.
Disorganization, unclear goals, too many personal phone calls, disjoined processes, no routines, poor planning, procrastination, lack of focus, lack of training, junk emails, and surfing the Internet ‒ these are just some of the things that make us waste precious time.
That is why, we must know the tools but first we must have the proper ATTITUDE towards time.