“I’m never late. Let’s just put it that way,” Frankel says. (I can confirm, at least for our call; she appeared the minute she promised to.) “I value other people’s time. Everyone’s time is valuable to me. If I make an appointment, it doesn’t matter if it’s to get my manicure, if it’s to take my dog to get groomed, if I’m meeting a friend for lunch — time is important. Managing your time is the whole thing. Everything we’ve talked about doesn’t matter if we’re not managing our time. That’s what organization means. That’s what delegation means. It’s all about time efficiency, which brings me back to the most valuable asset in the world: time. More important than money.”

Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and passing the real life wisdom on to others as I embark on this new venture of “positively purging”, as I know each of these pieces represents something…

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4 Responses to Timely

  1. Damyanti Biswas says:

    I wish I had more time to relax 😛
    “most valuable asset in the world: time. More important than money.” Couldn’t agree more!

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  2. I love this. I’m very time conscious and frown upon adults that aren’t. I think it’s rude, selfish, and inconsiderate.

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    • msw blog says:

      Me too! I have a strict 15 minute late policy with students and clients. In my personal life, I let in be known that it is a sign of disrespect. Albeit, life does happen at times, and tardiness can not be avoided, but overall it is not okay!

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