Time Management According to WHO 2021

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Time Management

 

“Time management” is the process of organizing and planning how to divide your time between specific activities. Good time management enables you to work smarter – not harder – so that you get more done in less time, even when time is tight and pressures are high. Failing to manage your time damages your effectiveness and causes stress.

 

According to World Health Organization (WHO)

 

According to the WHO Research

Hong Kong: 85.29 age

Japan: 85.03 age

Macao: 84.68 age

Switzerland: 84.25 age

Singapore: 84.07 age

If we talk about Pakistan  the average life Duration is  65 year age every person have the Same time Duration according to WHO.

Calculation

 

   65 Year

  •   779.999 Months in 65 years
  •   3389.29 Weeks in 65 years
  •   Days 23725  in 65 years
  •   Hours 569400  in 65 years

Every person Sleep Almost Max 6 to 8 Hours So

520 Hours a person Sleep in his/her whole life if he/she Sleep 8 hours a day

569400-520 =  568880 Hours in 65 Hours

You Have almost 568880 hours in your Life So it’s upto you how you manage your time to be a Successful Person.

 

Time Management ?

 

“Time management” refers to the way that you organize and plan how long you spend on specific activities.

It may seem counter-intuitive to dedicate precious time to learning about time management, instead of using it to get on with your work, but the benefits are enormous:

  • Greater productivity and efficiency.
  • A better professional reputation.
  • Less stress.
  • Increased opportunities for advancement.
  • Greater opportunities to achieve important life and career goals.

Failing to manage your time effectively can have some very undesirable consequences:

  • Missed deadlines.
  • Inefficient work flow.
  • Poor work quality.
  • A poor professional reputation and a stalled career.
  • Higher stress levels.
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