There are two types of time: clock time and real time. In clock time, there are 60 seconds in a minute, 60 minutes in an hour, 24 hours in a day and 365 days in a year. In real time, all time is relative. Time flies or drags depending on what you're doing. Which time describes the world in which small business owners really live, real time or clock time?
The reason many time management gadgets and systems may not be working could be that these systems are designed to manage clock time. But, small business owners live in real time, a world in which all time flies when you are having fun or drags when you are doing your taxes. The good news is that real time is mental; you can create it an control it. There are only three ways to spend time: thoughts, conversations and actions.
Think about your small business and the time management challenges you face. Are they a result of not having enough time in the day or is it because you are not managing your time effectively? Entrepreneur lists 10 time management techniques to help you manage real time, get back on track, and lead you to success.
What are some time management techniques you practice? Let us know in the comments below.