Have a written list, and work on your list every day. Write down everything as it
comes up, and add it to your list. Set priorities on your time, and be certain that you
are working on the things that are most important to your boss and to your company.
Refuse to get drawn into the time-wasting activities of the people around you. Work all the time you work.
Remember that to be successful, you must become a monomaniac with a mission.
This is true today, and it has always been true in our competitive society. To be
successful at your job, you must work fast and efficiently and nonstop all the time you
are on the payroll. You must become an expert at time management. You must
become so efficient and effective that you get twice as much done as anyone else. In
this way, you will advance your career at the fastest rate possible, and you will also be
on top of your job most of the time, and it will be unnecessary for you to take work
home for the evenings and weekends.
Brian Tracy, Principle of success.
“There are far too many people that waste their time telling themselves that they don’t have enough time.”
“The bad news is time flies. The good news is you're the pilot." -”
Michael Altshuler, time-management
“Some only learn the value of time when it’s too late!”
“Forget physics, forget organic chem, forget reading James Joyce's
Ulysses - organizing your time is one of the biggest challenges you'll
face in your academic career.”
The Secrets of Top Students: Tips, Tools, and Techniques for Acing High School and College