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A Fictional Story On Time Management

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A Fictitious Teaching Time Management


Berla went into the office of Mr. Clarke

 ‘‘Hello Clarke,’’ she knocked.

‘‘Come in, Berla,’’ he said with a worried and a husky voice.

‘‘Clarke,’’ she said ‘’Are you okay?’’

Mr. Clarke was standing over his desk, with several items on the table.

He looked scattered, as his hands were over packs of items. ‘‘Mary, I think you can help me out,’’ he said ‘‘I’ve been having issues with time management, but I don’t know why and I looked scattered now.’’ He told Mary, as he sat down to face her. ‘‘Well, can you help me?’’

‘’Oh, is that so, Mr. Clarke?’’


‘‘Well, the last time, I had the same problem, until I saw Bill and asked him why,’’ she said, clearing her throat, ‘‘You know, that guy is seen to be the most organized person around here.’’

‘‘Well, Bill-but how can I talk to him?’’ Clarke smiled, relaxing back in His office chair.



‘‘What do I do?’’

That afternoon after work, Clarke sat with Bill at the lounge of the office. ‘‘Listen, my friend. Three simple things that I do. First, I try to list all the things that are on my hand or that are on board; I list them from the most important ones to the least important,’’ Bill lectured.

‘‘I give or apportion more time to the most important ones and less time to the least important ones. To cut down or save down time, I look at the time when I’m most energetic during the day, to use such times to do the most difficult works or tasks on on the list.’’

‘‘Mmm,’’ Clarke sipped on his drink, ”I think I’m getting the clue.’’

‘‘I hope so buddy-so then, by the time my strength would be sucked up, the most important works have been done, with the least important works being curtailed by my little energy.’’

Bill cleared his throat, ‘‘This sounds great!’’

‘‘Nevertheless, if I lapse my energy on the least important ones first, yet not the very first things I need, by the time I get to the most important ones, the work hasn’t been done, and I’ll be so tired. It means the most important works won’t be done; it will be a waste of precious time.’’

‘‘Surely, this is what piles up the stress you feel now,’’ he told Clarke into his face.

‘‘Wow, that’s a fantastic idea, Bill.’’ Clarke was happy about the new trick, sipped on his drink and walked Bill past the doors of their giant office building.


The end:

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