168 Hours!!

168 Hours!!

 

Hey, Hope you all are doing good!!

So, I have a Question for all of you, just ask yourself,

How many of you do not have Time for what you want to do and How many of you spend the time you have, on the things you don’t want to do??

Well, probably so obvious most of us would answer that as a Yes. Many of us don’t have time for the things we actually want to do.

So, The Topic of our Day is clear, that is none other than Time Management.

Let’s explore,

How should we manage our Time ??

Time Management is the biggest hurdle of all of our stories.We all have just 24 hours a day if am not wrong Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates and TATA Birla too have 24 hours a day.So, how did they manage their Time and What special did they do, How did they reach their goals?

Well, these what and how does not really matter!

What really matters is their “WHY”!!Because Why comes with priority.

Now before jumping into Why, We need to do some analytics with our 24 hours.

So, If we start with a week, there are seven days in our week and We got 168 hours to spend our time the way we want, possibly enough to acquire one skill in a week and if not possible after our calculations, we can negotiate for one skill with a month. 

Let’s subtract assuming you spend 40 hours a week on your households and work,8 hours a day on your sleep that is 56 hours a week,So you are left with 96 hours for other things,Well if  you are saying you spend 60 hours a week on your work then you are left with 52 hours a week,and if you are saying you spend 70 hours a week on your work, you are left with 42 hours a week,and if you are saying more than that, I would ask Are you serious???

I am aware that you already knew that, but ask yourself If you really did 😉

There was nothing so special about it, that Mark Zuckerberg might have played with and created Facebook, right?

But no, 

There is something special about it, that Mark Zuckerberg had played with, and Now am revealing the Mark Zuckerberg’s Time Management Skill,

                      “That is his Why”

Always ask yourself while doing anything,

  • Why are you doing what are you doing right now??
  • Is it worth doing, Do I want this to do??
  • What I supposed to do right now, to reach my goals?? 
  • What would I get after doing What am doing??
  • Is it valuable to do?
  • Does It make me happy??
  • Explore your WHY.

Another thing that you really need to do right now, If you really think you need to manage your Time, then it would be creating a “ Layout of your Life

The layout of your Life should consist of these three elements:

  1. Time for Career.
  2. Time for Relationships.
  3. Time for Self.

Classify your Wants and wishes in these three categories and manage your time, you would feel that you seriously have a lot of time to do what you want to do.

And If you want to see my Layout, though this is only subparts of Self Element, you can have the idea:



When I first time realized the value of time, my reaction was this.

To Learn more about Time Management, Watch this Video by Laura Vanderkam TED Talk here.


Hooman, Just Like you,

Tanu Goyal 🙂

 

Don’t hesitate to write a feedback to me!!Am already excited to listen from you 🙂

 

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3 thoughts on “168 Hours!!

  1. Time management is really a prevailing issue nowadays given that we live in an era where time has become the most precious commodity. Doing the things that truly matters to anybody is never a waste of time, as you implied: we must appropriately categorize our time to its optimum use.
    Thank you for this well-thought-of post.
    Keep it coming!

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