recognize that the details matter. They consider the time implications of everything and they work to get as close to their ideal of time arrangement as they can.
Little things do mount up. Saving five minutes may not sound like much use; however, do so every working day in the year (some 230 days) and you save nearly two and a half days! Speaking personally, I could certainly utilize an extra couple of days, no problem. If time can be saved across a range of tasks, and for most people it can, then the overall gain may well be significant. The best basis for making this happen, and the good news factor I promised was to come, is to make consideration of time and its management a habit.
Now, habits are powerful. Those that need changing may take some effort to shift, but once new ones are established, then they make the approaches they