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Author Archive for Susan Karim

Susan Karim Time Management and Personal Effectiveness Coach

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Richard Gaylord Briley on Time

Time is neither our friend nor our enemy. It is something that gets measured out to us, to see what we will make of it. Richard Gaylord Briley

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Lee Iacocca on Time!

If you want to make good use of your time, you’ve got to know what’s most important and then give it all you’ve got. Lee Iacocca

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Joyce C. Hall on Time

Time is everything. Anything you want, anything you accomplish–pleasure, success, fortune–is measured in time. Joyce C. Hall Founder of Hallmark Cards

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Robert J. Hastings on Time

The great dividing line between success and failure can be expressed in five words: “I did not have time.” Robert J. Hastings

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Time is Money

This story about Ben Franklin applies even today. One day, Ben Franklin was busy preparing his newspapers for printing when a customer stopped in his store and spent an hour browsing over the various books for sale. Finally, he took one in his hand and asked the shop assistant the cost. The assistant answered, “One […]

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You Are the Only One Who Can Waste Your Time.

What do you do when you are caught in a traffic jam? Noel Coward didn’t fuss and fume; he took out a piece of paper and wrote his popular song, “I’ll See You Again.”

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Work Smart. Use Your Time Wisely!

Dale Carnegie told the story of two men who were out chopping wood. One man worked hard all day, took no breaks, and only stopped briefly for lunch. The other chopper took several breaks during the day and a short nap at lunch. At the end of the day, the woodman who had taken no […]

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Don’t Do Things That Waste Your Time!

Ivy Lee, a management consultant, was called in by Charles Schwab, chairman of Bethlehem Steel Company, to give him advice on how to better manage his time. Lee told him to write down every evening the six most important things he had to do the next day and to list them in the order of […]

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Sticky: We Should Value Our Time for We May Have Less of It Than We Think!

In 1939, Frank Whittle and Hans von Obain were both working on the idea of the jet engine. Von Obain was in Germany and Whittle was in England.  Both were in different geographic and political arenas but were separately working toward the same goal. No matter how original our ideas may seem to us, someone […]

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Bob Murphy on Time

“The only person to succeed while horsing around is a bookie.” Bob Murphy