Monthly Archives: August 2012

Use waiting time

Time is valuable. Time once spent cannot come back. Many times we complain that we do not have time. But if you carefully analyze, you can find a lot of ‘hidden’ time. One such is waiting time. There is no … Continue reading

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The cost of small talk

If you consider the cumulative effect of small talk, you will be surprised as to how many years gone in this not so important talk. Day in and day out we are dragged into some conversation which may not add … Continue reading

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Working at home

While it is not advisable to carry office work to home nevertheless it might be a good idea to have a small work place in your home, where you can sit and think about some important issues. Have your own … Continue reading

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Motion economy!

Moving is different from working. Our time is spent in doing various activities. Moving from one place to another consumes time. It can be a movement of the limb. Or it can be just the mind wandering! All these movements … Continue reading

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Pace and context

The pace of work is the speed with which you turn out your work. You can be slow or you can be fast. The context is the environment. The context will decide your content and the pace of work. If … Continue reading

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The four D’s for managing paper work

Everyday you receive a lot of paper work. You may also receive a lot of e-mails. All this paper work, e-mails, other communications may require your attention. Some of them may need your attention a little later. Some of them … Continue reading

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