How Much Is Poor Time Management Costing You?
If you were paying you to prioritise emails over coaching your team, would you feel you were getting a good return on your investment? If you were paying you to waste time on trivia rather than planning your next quarters sales plan? Would you think you were getting good value for money? If you were paying you to sit in numerous unproductive meetings would you feel that was a worthwhile contribution? The answer to those questions is no and yet, in effect, that's exactly what you are doing. By choosing to adopt poor time management habits and poorly prioritise what's important you are in effect creating a poor return on investment for your self your organisation or you own business.