What will break or make your business succeed is time and priority management.
How do you rate yourself?
Do you regularly procrastinate tasks which are important in the business?
Do you just focus on the easy ones?
Do you only focus on the ones you love doing or those which are urgent but not important?
Let's check what other Business people say about Time Management and let's review some other great quotes from business leaders or successful people ...
Douglas Reid - Xerox Corp
"Management has the responsibility to explain to the employee how the routine job contributes to the business's objective. If management cannot explain the value of the job, then it should be eliminated and the employee reassigned."
Tony Robbins- Motivational Speaker
"If you do what you've always done, you'll get what you 've always gotten."
Richard Branson - Founder Virgin Group
“One of my favorite tricks is to conduct most of my meetings standing up. I find it to be a much quicker way of getting down to business, making a decision and sealing the deal. When given the opportunity I often like to take things a step further – literally, with a walking meeting.”
“I think the number one thing that I take with me when I’m traveling is the notebook… I could never have built the Virgin Group into the size it is without those few bits of paper.” “If you have a thought but don’t write it down, by the next morning it may be gone forever.”
Warren Buffett, American business investor
“The difference between successful people and very successful people is that very successful people say ‘no’ to almost everything.”
Pablo Picasso - Painter
"Action is the foundational key to all success."
Nathan Blecharczyk, co-founder of Airbnb
“I try to fill my calendar in reverse, from the end-of-day to earlier; I try to reserve the morning for doing “real work.” I find I can focus more in the morning whereas it’s harder to get focused after having been bombarded by meetings, so I try to save meetings for later in the day.”
"If you have no critics, you'll likely have no success."
Mike Cannon-Brookes, co-founder of Atlassian
“Do one thing at once. Stop multitasking!”
Mark Pincus, co-founder and CEO of Zynga
“If you want to build great products, devote more than 50 percent of your work hours to product. Don’t accept [any engagements] if you can’t justify them as benefitting your users or your company.”
Thierry Bayle - Founder GFM
"Only engage in a meeting when somebody is paying for it. Remember there are a lot of time wasters."
"Fashion success today is no more about what you know, it is about what you don't know. Keep on learning every day."
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