There is nothing more disenchanting to man than to be shown the springs and mechanism of any art. All our arts and occupations lie wholly on the surface; it is on the surface that we perceive their beauty, fitness, and significance; and to pry below is to be appalled by their emptiness and shocked by the coarseness of the strings and pulleys.
–Robert Louis Stevenson
Listening impacts how we relate to the natural world and
especially with regard to social interactions. Hearing really is about
receiving sound via the years, which for most of us is done pretty much without
much consideration or concentration. People
spend most of their time hearing and not actually listening. This isn’t
necessarily a bad thing, but it can become a bad habit, especially, if those
missed opportunities to listen and to mentally process the information
presented to us deprives us of opportunities to succeed in life or lease to
avoid some unwanted outcomes.
Listening is a more intermittent process and requires the listener to not only receive sounds but to recognize them as having some meaning, to mentally process that information, and ultimately to act on the information.
People frequently hear but far less frequently listen. The
active processes and listening of recognizing…
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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.