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Use your time Wisely - view from a Clinical Psychologist

Written by
Arooj Najmussaqib
and medically reviewed by iCliniq medical review team.

Published on Sep 23, 2013 and last reviewed on Oct 10, 2019   -  1 min read


This article highlights the significance of time for one's self. And how effectively we can use this precious tool.

Use your time Wisely - view from a Clinical Psychologist

Use your time wisely!

“Time and tide wait for none”, wastage of time is such a loss that cannot be resumed, and the time which has gone would never come back. Successful nations and personalities are those who always value their time and manage accordingly. In this article, I try to highlight the importance and significance of time. As some people do not value time much and some can’t manage it effectively. Following are some important words that signify the value of “time” and guide you how to make the best use of your present time:

·Each individual has given a gift of equal time each day without discrimination.

·As time never remains the same, similarly our perceptions regarding time changes.

·Some people make “use” of time, others “pay out” it, whereas some just “live” it.

·One of the widely used terms is “shortage of time”.

·There are some moments in a day when mind and body are highly active and this time is person’s “prime time” in which he can do his best.

·Work qualitatively rather than quantitatively.

·Time is more precious than money but people don’t value its importance, it might be because they don’t earn it.

·Check out how much time do you waste on things that are less important to you in your daily routine.

·Tasks which you postponed today will require more effort and time on the next day and the day after tomorrow respectively.

·Choose some “quiet time” from your day and spend this time with yourself.

·Try to make “to do list” and prioritize your tasks when you need to do several important tasks simultaneously.

Last reviewed at:
10 Oct 2019  -  1 min read




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