Time Management Expert, Event Speaker: Mark Lamendola
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|While most people waste every second they spend in a grocery store because
they use that time to buy poison rather than food, let's assume you are
not one of those people. You buy very little in the way of processed
foods, and your shopping cart contains mostly items from the produce
area. It contains no processed grains, no instant mixes, no
formaldehyde-enriched beverages, no osteoporosis in a can, and no
hydrogenated oil. Congratulations--you have saved yourself hours of
medical care and years of pain.|
Now, based on this assumption, let's say you want to save even more time. You want to save time while in checkout. Here are my own habits--maybe you can think of others (send me your suggestions, please):
I go to my in-the-store bank, shop for my groceries, and am on my way home in about 20 minutes. I know that's not normal and that normal means a long time at the store (all of which is normally wasted, due to what is purchased). These little tips can save you a great deal of time. If you go shopping once a week, how much time to you save in a year? Suppose it's twice a week?
Do you want to radically improve how well people in your organization make use of the limited number of hours in each work day?
Contact me to arrange a time when we can talk about a presentation: email@example.com. Why arrange a time? So I can give you full attention during the call. There's a really powerful time management tip. Ask me why it works.