Now let’s look at it from an individual perspective and understand what Time Optimization means and what could be its implications.
Imagine two individuals A & B. One who gets the best out of his 24 hours. While the other just go with the flow. How does A manage to get the best? By planning and being prepared. So he anticipates how a day will go and plans for the best outcomes.
Now, what would B be doing? Just react to whatever is happening to him. Not taking proactive actions and not preparing for the future.
We see this all the time, isn’t it? Thought these are two extremes, it gives a sense of what would eventually happen to A & B. where they would end up 5, 10, 20 years from now. With respect to their financial situations, career growth, health, relationships etc.
Now let’s see from an organizations perspective. Could there be an A & B among organizations? Unlikely. Because usually organizations are run by smart people. But if you observe the difference between the best performing and worst performing organizations is not much. Maybe a few percentage points.
More importantly, it’s not just the people who run an organization that matters. It’s the people who execute which probably matter even more.
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