It is the ability to tackle the task at hand with enough focus and not let up until satisfied with the result. People who have been honing their time management skill for a while develops the ability to foresee possible problems that may arise and start planning at handling them before it does. Time management skill is either acquired through experiences or learned from formal settings but whatever the case may be, time management skill involves planning, and sticking to it. What it is Not Time Management Some of the most common arguments about not having to put time into segments of activities is that time management restrict spontaneity. It takes away the surprises that make life more enjoyable. It makes life so regimented to limit freedom. On the other hand a person who have learned enough time management and have applied them have more predictable results, have better direction and purpose, are more successful and often ends up with more time in hand. - Key result areas are to be well defined and worked on, if possible relentlessly. Poorly defined key result areas means poor progress checking and not achieving desired measures of success. - Written objectives and activities defining the right tasks at the right time must be reinforced. It may be worth the while to observe realistic cycle plans and cyclic time frames. It also reduces unnecessary overtime increasing accuracy throughout the organization and saving time and money on human errors that accounts for erroneous entries on payrolls. Time and attendance management is a solution that is used by many companies today to analyze working patterns whether on a fixed, flexible or annual working patterns. Most projects when started will start smooth enough. Immediately afterwards something discouraging happens. Ask any businessman for example. Most businessmen will tell you that no matter how well or bad the plan was in starting out, there usually is an initial success followed immediately by problems. You and I It is different though when you are hearing it for the first time or while you are already on this page, you want ideas to be reinforced. The fun thing is, your idea may just be as good as mine. We all have that at the back of our heads, unwritten, unspoken and often unheeded. But for all that it is worth, my friend, here goes: - What is your priority?