The person who coined the phrase “time is money” must have been a sales rep paid on commission. In the selling profession, that old clich? rings true. If you are not talking to a prospect or customer, you’re unemployed.
How effectively do you manage your time? Do your spend your time as you would any other precious, nonrenewable asset, or are you the type of salesperson who is stressed out, constantly jumping through hoops and consistently running late for meetings and client appointments?
We measure time far better than we manage it. In today’s high-tech world, physicists have become extremely proficient at measuring time. The atomic clock, based on strontium atoms trapped in a laser grid, is so precise that it loses less than one second in 200 million years.