Time Management……. 3

“Lost time is never found again”

Acharya Vinoba Bhave in his book “Talks on Geeta”, said that one should remember the moment of death to live a true life.

Good time management can be learnt. It demands a degree of commitment and perseverance. Efforts do not always get result because our ways of using time are disorganized and inefficient. There is no way of replenishing our lost time. Time flow from future to the past. We have definite quantity is no way of experience this flow. When it is irrecoverable. “Now”, the present moment is when, we are spending our precious resources of time capital. So, “now”, is always the moment that must be out to use, if we really want to mange time.

Out of 24 hrs. in a day we get only10 hrs. to do work, the rest being used up in sleeping, eating,
getting ready, etc. We must use this time effectively to get maximum output. We should get up early and start the day early. There is proper time for doing everything.

Also, consider a job which can be completed in forty-eight hours of human time. If one person works for about eight hours a day, it would take six days to complete. If the same work is divided between two individuals, it would be completed in three days and if the work is possible to be divided among three person, it would be completed in two days. Thus the work of six days could be completed in two days.