Did you know that the word TIME is searched more on Google than the word sex?
In fact, 45% say they feel rushed, and 52% feel stressed as a result. Today, people are struggling with what is being called, ‘Time Poverty.'
How do you manage your time?
Are you constantly interrupted by others?
Do you always seem to move from one crisis to another?
We have so much information coming at us these days, but we are less and less motivated. It just feels like we can’t get it all done.
Former US President Eisenhower used the so-called "Eisenhower Principle" to organize his tasks, stating...
"What is important is seldom urgent, and what is urgent is seldom important."
The brain does not perceive time in a localized point, such as vision, which is localized to the occipital lobes. Instead, time is observed all over the brain, and therefore we need help to get it more focused.
Dr. Stephen Covey brought the Eisenhower concept to life with "The Urgent/Important Matrix" in his famous book, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People.
Let me offer some help! My time management exercise will help relieve some of the stress you’re dealing with when it comes to managing your time!