Individuals happiness and wellbeing training
What makes you happy – understanding the concept of time
When an individual works with me we explore the concept of time.
Einstein's theory of relativity states that time and space are not as constant as everyday life would suggest. He suggested that the only true constant, the speed of light, meant that time can run faster or slower depending on how high you are, and how fast you are travelling.
Some people perceive time as passing in one direction. Every minute of every day appears to move us ahead, pulling us through our lives towards the end of our life. At least that's what the conventional experience of time tells us. But what if your present, past, and future all existed already? Time, from that point of view, would not flow. Dr Skow believes in a “block universe” – a theory which states that the past, present and future exist simultaneously.
Here are 10 Life Benefits of Time Management:
Less Stress – Managing your time can directly reduce your stress level. Fewer surprises. Fewer tight deadlines. Less rushing from task-to-task and place-to-place.
Get More Done – Of course, being productive is one of the main goals of time management. When you are aware of what you need to do, you are able to better manage your workload. You will be able to get more (of the right tasks) done in less time.
Less Rework – Being organized results in less rework and mistakes. Forgotten items, details, and instructions lead to extra work. How often do you have to do a task more than once? Or make an extra trip because you forget something?
Less Life Friction and Problems – How often do you create your own problems? Whether it is a forgotten appointment or missed deadline, not managing your time results in increased life friction. Avoid creating your own problems by planning and preparing for your day.
More Free Time – We can’t create more time, but you can make better use of it by managing your time. Even simple actions like shifting your commute or getting your work done early can produce more leisure time in your life.
Less Wasted Time – When you know what you need to do, you waste less time in idle activities. Instead of wondering what you should be doing next, you can already be a step ahead of your work.
More Opportunities – Being on top of your time and work produces more opportunities. The early bird always has more options. As well, luck favors the prepared.
Improves Your Reputation – Your time management reputation will proceed you. At work and in life you will be known as reliable. No one is going to question whether you are going to show up, do what you say you are going to do, or meet that deadline.
Less Effort – A common misconception is that time management takes extra effort. To the contrary, proper time management makes your life easier. Things take less effort, whether it is packing for that trip or finishing up that project.
More Time Where it Matters – Managing your time is allotting your time where it has the most impact. Time management allows you to spend your time on the things that matter most to you.
Conventional thinking, place time into 3 groups the past, present and future. The past is based on what you remember of what you did a second ago and beyond. The present, is what you are doing right now. The future is your imagination of what you predict your future to be.
The past and the future can influence the present. If you remember a happy or sad past you could relive that in the present, equally if you visualise a happy or sad future this could impact on how you behaviour now.
The key factor to be conscious of is that what we understand as now, is the only part of time that we can act upon, which could change how we remember the past or how we act in the future. There is of course no future because when the future arrives it will be now!
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