Something to consider before getting to the content of the present post.

Now O’ Clock; Being Mindful, it Always is. This title hints at what the plot could be about. The book’s theme is mostly based on the significance and benefits of living in the present and of thinking about “energy management” as doable, and of “time management” as something that simply cannot be done. The author, William Garcia, believes we can no more manage the weather than we could manage Time. He nevertheless suggest that you think of the idea of “time management” as merely a mental tool and nothing more.


Fish do not get water, and Man do not get air. Each is born in its own element. Just the same, Man nor Fish get Time, they’re born in it – WG

Living by these words makes his life easier, simpler and more manageable.He also encourages readers, or listeners for that matter, to learn about and start practicing mindfulness meditation. It will, in a positive way, change their perspective about Time, Life and living.

Now O’ Clock; Being Mindful, it Always is, takes you on the inspiring journey toward the enlightened mindfulness of “being” in the moment and staying there long enough to be awakened to the mindless and stressful pace the Beast has set, and how, in insidious ways, it controls our daily lives. We already know the Beast as a “what,” not a “who”. Who, is what it has conditioned us to “be”.

In the book, the author introduces you to the Beast.

Now: 4 Successful Time Management Stretegies for Professionals

Are you lagging in your career due to your lack of being on time? Do you constantly miss deadlines? If that is you, today is your lucky day. This blog post will discuss four tried and tested time management strategies for professionals that will help you take your time seriously and boost your career prospects.

4 Successful Time Management Strategies for Professionals

Doing things early is more efficient than rushing around at the last minute. You can avoid stress and anxiety by avoiding procrastination. To help you out, we will discuss four time management strategies for professionals.

1.    Goal-Setting

Setting goals is an effective way to motivate people to work toward a common goal. But it must be balanced with good managerial judgment to ensure success. Too difficult or unattainable goals can cause low performance and lower morale. In addition, pressure to achieve immediate results can lead to dishonesty or high-pressure tactics.

The first step in goal-setting is understanding why you are trying to achieve it, which will help you prioritize your changes. You may want to set deadlines for achieving the goal, and a deadline will help you balance the time versus reward factor. Once you have set your deadline, you can revisit it to ensure that you are making progress toward reaching your goal.

Another step in goal-setting is brainstorming. This can help you spark your creative juices. Make sure to include everyone in your team when brainstorming. Please write down your ideas and discuss them with your team members.

2.    Delegating

Delegating tasks to others is a good way to boost professional success, but it requires the right kind of communication. It involves entrusting authority to others, providing guidance and coaching, and being available to review and give feedback. The right delegating strategy will consider multiple factors, such as the amount of time and the level of competence needed.

For example, a manager can delegate tasks to team members. This does not necessarily mean that these team members have the same level of authority or role as the manager, but it does mean that the work gets done. A good delegator can build a strong team that can handle heavy workloads.

3.    Time Blocking

When used effectively, time blocking can improve professional success in several ways. This strategy can help you be more efficient and complete tasks more quickly. However, it requires that you plan your day. This can be accomplished with an online tool or printed schedule, and it will help you plan your tasks and help you prioritize.

You can schedule meetings and tasks for the day in advance using time blocks. Time blocking will help you stay focused and on task whether you are a scheduler or have flexible schedules. However, this method of time management isn’t right for everyone. If you are not used to having a schedule, you may find it difficult to stick to it. However, if you are someone who thrives on structure and deliberate focus, time blocking can help you accomplish more in less time.

4.    Saying “No”

One of the most important time management strategies for professionals is to say “no” to unproductive activities. This will help you set boundaries and prioritize your tasks. You can use the “no” word to limit yourself to certain tasks or activities, like answering emails.

Many people find it difficult to say “no.” They are worried that they will let someone down or create conflict. You will free up your time for other priorities and goals by saying no. It will also help you maintain a good working relationship.

The Bottom Line

A schedule can help you complete tasks on time and keep you organized. The time management strategies for professionals discussed in this blog also help you avoid procrastination. You can finish tasks earlier than expected, which will save you time. If you want to learn the art of mindfulness and practice it to stay in the present moment and consciously aware of everything happening around you, the book Now O’ Clock by William Garcia will be a good read for you.

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