Our philosophy is to value time and manage time
Six Ways to Manage Your Time
1. Distinguish between important and urgent things.
Many people claim they cannot do certain things because they have no time. However, the reality is that they are unable to manage their time. Do you call yourself a leader? If you are a leader, you must be able to distinguish between the important things and the urgent things. Many things that are urgent are not important and many important things are not urgent. A real leader is someone who cuts away the unimportant things and ensures that he does what he is supposed to do.
2. Do not get involved with things that are not on your schedule.
If you are a leader, you will know that many good things are not necessarily the things you must do.
Redeeming the time, because the days are evil.
3. Surround yourself with competent helpers who will do certain essential jobs for you.
A responsible employee who takes care of important things for you is a valuable asset.
4. Get rid of people who fail to do jobs that are delegated to them.
These people will create problems for you and drag you into areas which should have been taken care of.
5. Stay in your calling.
How can you develop the art of using your time wisely? I want to share with you a secret which I believe is a key to managing your time effectively. It is also a key to fulfilling the will of God. Did you know that you have only seventy years to live (more or less)? This means that you have only a limited time to serve the Lord. God is expecting you to do certain things. A true leader discovers what he is supposed to do and sticks to it.
Stay in your calling. Don’t branch out into other people’s territory. If you a teacher, teach the Word. If you are a pastor, give yourself to pastoring; don’t try to become a prophet.
6. Avoid useless socializing.
Chatting around and being friendly is often time you could have spent fellowshipping with your Heavenly Father. People may say that you are not very friendly but you know what you are doing. Avoid wasting your time on useless television programs. It is not that I cannot afford a television. I just will not have the time to waste on silly TV programmes.