3 Strategies for Better Time Management

Kay, Barbara
March 2011
Journal of Financial Planning;Mar/Apr2011 Practice Management, p26
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the business strategies that financial planners and organizations in the U.S. can implement to improve their time management program. It says that people make three basic errors in how time is perceived, used and spent. The author mentions that an effective time management is a combination of many skills. She suggests that financial advisors should discover their specific time management strengths and challenges, then establish an action plan to maximize their strengths. She states that people tend to visualize time as a commodity. She notes that time is an energy that most people used differently.


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