Ten Time Wasting Behaviors


Ten Time Wasting Behaviors 


Session with multinational firm Panasonic by Anubha and Manpreet

1. Failing to stop and think.
 When individuals do not invest in planning and preparation, they end up spending excessive amounts of time on execution. Time spent organizing thoughts before starting a project results in time savings and better quality results.

2. Multitasking. Research has shown that multitasking is an inefficient use of time. Important, high priority projects should be given undivided attention.

3. Demanding perfection. Seeking perfection is a waste of time. The time, effort, energy, and emotion needed reduces productivity.

4. Working without breaks. When people work without breaks, they inevitably reach a point where their focus and concentration decreases dramatically. The diminishing returns associated with continuous work result in wasted time.

5. Worrying and waiting. Both worry and procrastination can undermine one’s success. Waiting prevents people from taking a productive course of action.

6. Watching television. The average Indian watches more than 25 hours of television each week. Techniques for reducing time spent in front of the television include preplanning one’s TV schedule, scheduling “no watch zones” during the week, and prerecording programs.

7. Surfing the web. The amount of time that people spend on the Internet is increasing. Stay focused when using the web for research or information gathering.

8. Managing junk mail. Both email and paper mail have been inundated with junk content. It is possible to register with web sites to reduce the flow of junk mail.

9. Wasting commuting time. Time spent commuting does not need to be wasted time. Zeller listens to audio books and educational pod casts in his car.

10. Spending time with negative people. Spending time with negative people can reduce one’s energy and productivity. It is prudent to reduce the influence of negative people on one’s life.


About anubhamauryawalia

Contact us at 919818446562, training@prismphilosophy.com. Anubha, a Trainer, Facilitator & OD&L Professional is a prolific Human Process Interventionist, created PRISM Philosophy, ( Prepare. Respect. Implement. Share. Maintain) carries 18 years of rich experience have worked with top of the line blue chip organizations like Honeywell, ICICI Bank, Moody ICL Certification were she was heading ODL, Trainings & Quality verticals. Her areas of expertise include human process intervention, Organisation Development, Change engagement Learning, Team building, POSH and Quality implementation. She is Consultant as Change Engagement & Learning for OD and delivers corporate training programs at national and international platform and First lady from India doing research on FOLLOWERSHIP. She is the Self-Discipline Strategist who relates profound truths coupled with humorous anecdotes empowering professionals to conquer their apprehension. Her work involves direct observation, real time feedback, experiential learning and coaching following Andragogy principles. Self-directed and self-motivated, Charismatic and persuasive, with the ability to rely on logic and facts to support her positions. In times of pressure, tend to be objective in her approach and direct in her communication. Naturally, optimistic, you seek out the possibilities in life. Her creativity and ability to solve problems are some of her greatest strengths. This paired with drive, vision, and methodical approach allows her to create new opportunities, keeping her experiences fresh and exciting. Preferring to develop new ideas rather than maintaining systems already in place. Bold person, whose character is marked by originality, expressiveness, generosity, determination, and a keen eye for details Natural born communicator and an adept social navigator, often others will sit by, engage new people or invite others in to make them feel at home. With a talent for creative reasoning and big picture thinking, she is a great innovator and are typically seen this way by others. Her energy and forward thinking can generate a team-oriented environment, helping to accomplish goals by motivating others, while creating an atmosphere that is fun and exciting.

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