Lessons from a management and leadership professor on true effectiveness and productivity.
I was struggling with chronic insomnia, malnourishment, a pinched nerve in my neck, and a wicked hormonal imbalance. I would later discover that, ironically, time management was to blame.
As a type-A high achiever, I pushed for this efficiency because I wanted career success. However, I also wanted a life. Research clearly demonstrates the importance of breaks and social connections for well-being. To fit these items into my schedule, I frantically worked during the week to avoid working evenings or weekends.
time is not as objective as we might believe. Time is primarily a subjective interpretation, making time management incomplete unless we also highlight the subjective constructions of time we live and create