Monthly Archives: October 2013

Doing the Right Things vs. Doing Things Right

Using your time wisely can be seen as a matter of efficiency and effectiveness. You surely know the classical definitions of those two terms: Efficiency means reducing input and resources required for a task while effectiveness is increasing useful output.

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Do an “Unused Inventory Removal Session.” Do it Now.

Exercise 27: Do an “Unused Inventory Removal Session.” Do it Now. If you did the last exercise, there should be a lot of items and places marked with red tags. Take a time-out of twenty minutes from whatever you are

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Time is not Money – Time is Life

Everybody knows it. Time that has past cannot be replenished. What is gone is gone. But who acts according to this knowledge? I have no scientific statistics to back this claim up, but I dare to say: nobody uses all

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