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Time Stealers

by admin on February 20, 2008

One of the biggest time stealers in my life right now, is doing updates to my websites.

Just the other day my time management website crashed. Now I’m thinking of changing webhosts.  That takes time, lots of it.

Every moment is vitally important to me.  Some moments are used up by a general relaxed milieu of not accomplishing or doing very much at all. 

Forgive me.

But most of my time is geared towards something far more productive, pressing, or useful than I see most of my peers doing.

But then I run into those hurdles.  Car problems. Website problems. Whatever it is, they steal plenty of my time.

What are your major current time stealers?

Do you have a list?

I’m going to do a list of my own… I might share them here :)

Here are a few other blog posts I found on the matter…

10 Time-Management Problem Areas – The five deadliest words in time management are “Have you got a minute?” Everyone is a culprit: colleagues, your boss, suppliers. Knowing how to deal with interruptions is one of the best skills you can learn. Ineffective delegation. …

The Pros and Cons of Time Management Training – In fact, some of your best performing employees may have problems managing their time. What this means is that when they actually do choose to work, they are likely to produce the best results. These are the type of employees that you …

Time Management – Someone gave me description like this;- If someone came late to the meeting particularly you’re the chair, then you have opportunity to re-arrange the schedule and you have extra time to think about the problem. …


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Barbara Nwosu March 9, 2008 at 8:29 am

There is a process which I am refining right now. Being an artist, there are many areas for time stealing that I knew would be met from seeing things and life in different ways.

Dubai, crop circles and web design are types of patterns than are not evident from the ground infastructure level.

I realized the diversionary strategies early.

It’s one thing to create these things it is another to maintain cyper property. That is why I was and am diverting traffic to a centralized site.

The sites are often free of monetary costs but the time and energy drains of maintaining all the various sites are enormous.


babafisa August 3, 2009 at 12:37 pm

Great article . Will definitely copy it to my blog.Thanks.


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