It is common to hear complaints about not having enough time. But if we didn’t waste time, how much time would we free up in a day?
From the Blog on time
How we spend our minutes can turn into habits. But perhaps we need more ‘unproductive’ time so we can create the change we seek.
Change makers understand trade offs. Any form of change requires patience. Perhaps patience is the joy giver, not the joy killer.
A note by itself is just a sound, a melody is created only when we remember the previous notes played and anticipate the future ones coming.
Time is relative. People overestimate what they can do in a year and underestimate what they can do in a decade.
We measure the throughput rate of our registration and distribution activities like a factory assembly line. We forget they are human.
Time is a measure of distance travelled. Just like a car journey can vary in time, so can organisational change. How can you travel further faster?
What would happen if we focused on managing our time not a to-do list? We all have the same number of minutes in a day, how are you going to manage yours?
My kids love playing with water. They pouring it all over and watching it crept along the ground, filling all the nooks and crannies. They love watching it change shape depending on what container it is in. And of course how it overflows. Time is a bit like this,...