TIME SAVERSStart the day with time enough to do what you must before leaving for the office.Before leaving work, write 6 things you MUST DO THAT DAY, prioritize & do it inthat order.... NO EXCEPTIONS.When you think of something you should do, write it.Be punctual in all things . . . set up a time table and STICK TO IT!!If you commute, take material to read or listen to while you ride/drive.Keep a note pad with you at all times and write the ideas you want to remember.Have a place for everything and keep it in its place; literally saves hours.Accept risks as inevitable.Action is the only thing that really counts… talk is cheap.Allow time.Balance the workload, Say no, Put first things first.Be opportunity¬ oriented.Be unavailable at times. Modify the open door policy.Develop a personal philosophy of time.Discuss priorities with co-workers.Distinguish between the urgent and important.Emphasize results, not activity.Get facts, set goals, Investigate alternatives and consequencesImprove fact finding and validating procedures.Information is essential for timely corrective action.Look to results, not details or methods.Make the decision and implement it.Meetings: Convene only those needed. Use agenda. Stick to the subject.Phone calls… Be brief. Stay uninvolved with all but essentials.Planning takes time but saves time in the end.Recognize success is often in spite of, not because of.Set and concentrate on goals.Take time to get it right and avoid do-overs.