It was a regular Wednesday morning – where I always get the train to work. The only difference was that my alarm did not go off.
With 20 minutes to get ready it was a difficult task to get the train – usually it takes me at least 20 minutes alone to get ready!
Almost defeated I was ready to roll over and go back to bed. Then something in my head said “Come on if you are quick you can do this!”
I jumped out of bed, cleaned myself up, threw all my things in my bag, grabbed some breakfast and drove down to the station. When I arrived I expected to be making a mad dash for the train. I checked my watch – I had 2 minutes to spare.
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Someone watched a bad TV show, you’ll never guess what happened next.
In a quick answer, they bitched about it on the Internet, adding the unoriginal put down statement “Well there’s an hour of my life I’ll never get back”
And everytime I read someone write that I think… well you would have wasted it anyway.
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“Time – unlike money, opportunity or good looks – is the one resource that is allocated equally to all of us”
Duncan Bannatyne – How to be smart with your time
Here at the Manifesto of Perfection I write about self-improvement, my goals and reflect on what I have learnt.
I do struggled to meet many of my goals, that is until I learnt better time management, where I realised the importance of sitting down and working out ways of being more time effective.
Review goals and assess where time goes
I wanted to work in the environmental sector – things were not working out in the employment market so I decided to spend my time volunteering for an environmental charity. Continue reading “Time Management for the Perfectionist”