who's running who?

The article "Who is Running Who?" was written by Tomer Handel, M.A. a senior marketing consultant. After Puenta rewrote, edited and designed the article's copywriting, it was published in the Epoch Times Newspaper, printed in millions of copies worldwide (printed edition, issue no. 31).

The most common claim in the world
The crowded world, in which we live, draws us back in to it by using thousands of tactics that time after time, distract us from the issues which we truly care about. When we suddenly find ourselves far away from the central tasks of strategic planning, we complain time and time again "where has the time gone? I didn't do half of the things I planned to…"
Have you ever wondered who's running who – you run the time or the other way round?

Proficiency gym
Personal and business efficiency is an acquired proficiency. Just as you can build a muscle by going to the gym, we can improve our abilities and be more effective and precise.
The recipe for proficiency improvement is combined of diligence, simple application tools and adapting relevant behavioral patterns.

Grab your tool box, and let's get to it…
The work environment affects our efficiency directly.
Here are a number of suggestions for a work day schedule:
• It is extremely recommended to make sure that your working area is clean and tidy. Administrative hobbies, such as piles of paper work stacked up on your desk damage your efficiency, even if you do enjoy it… It is important to sort and clean unnecessary paper work in set time frames.
• A simple easy filing method is the most efficient one: computer files, emails, est.
• Make sure you are working with modern, fast, efficient, strong and reliable mailing server.
• Time management tools: office journal, mailing and schedule software, palms, cellular phones and notes can be really helpful in effective organization. Find the ones that suit you the best for chores that require time management, addresses and efficient communication with the world.

"This is My Nature" (said the Scorpio to the Frog)
Our everyday behavior is a combination of habits. Some serve us loyally and some do not.
Examining your habits will help you say goodbye to those that are of no service to you and adopt new, efficient habits. For example:
• Beginning and ending the day with focusing on the important goals.
• Responding to phones and e-mails according to their level of urgency and importance.
• Be assertive when having and ending a conversation.
• Have meetings in locations that allow you to be in control over the time they consume.

In addition, you must pay attention to the following habits:
• After having a good night sleep your concentration level will be much higher. An ideal sleeping time is 8 hours, the minimal is 6.
• Each person has hours when their function level is optimal. Whether you are a morning or night person, aim yourself to work in these hours.
• Grabbing a bite every couple of hours keeps you more alert and efficient than a heavy meal does.
• We just wanted to remind you… Physical activity strengthens your concentration level and stimulates you.
The Strategic Aspect
The way we manage our time is a reflection of the way we think.
When we, both on the personal and business level, clearly see our goals and aims, then we are focused.
When we are focused, our level of efficiency rises and accomplishments are soon to come.
An example:
While providing consultant services to a support services company, it has been discovered that the company enjoys a rather significant amount of incomes from selling equipment. Since the company's primary definition was as a service provider, the occupation definition had to be clarified: supplier of services or equipment.
Since the selling of products was limited to a small variety of products, the creative solution was to build a web site for equipment selling. The strategic significance was extreme: the employees invested their time in providing services instead of being concentrated in selling equipment.
The employee's efficient time management has become much more productive for the entire company.

Think Time
During the day we perform a vast variety of activities. Most of which, we perform automatically without first, thinking of them.
As a result, a great portion of our time is beyond our control and we find ourselves producing only a fraction of our actual ability.
So, you'll decide – who's running who? Does time run you or do you run reality?

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