TIME MANAGEMENT FOR ARCHITECTS
Time management is not only about keeping a diary to record your ‘to-do’ lists. Time management is a very important business skill. It is about creating maximum value for your business out of the hours spent in a day. It is about using the chance and opportunities that each second brings with it, to your benefit. It is about attending your child’s annual school function without loosing any important client at work. Learn more about time management and what it means for an architectural practice.
Architects, across the globe are well-known as 'all-nighters' and especially for their bottled-formula of ‘last-minute work’, which they justify as an absolute need for ‘creativity’. A creative design is a product of knowledge, experience and skill. Spending more time on design does not necessarily mean the output of a good design. Different people have different perception of time and so they also have different reactions to the available time. But is time and its applications different for architects and designers? Learn more about Time and what it means for an architect's business.
Everyone has heard about the importance of TIME management. But most of us, simply don't care because we think that we do not have any TIME management problems. Or rather, we think that the problems in our life are not because of TIME management. How do you know that you need to start thinking of changing some of your habits related to TIME? Learn about some common symptoms that arise out of some of our bad TIME habits and not only affect our personal but also professionals life.
Surveys indicate that 2 out of 3 people around us are always in a hurry. But, everyone of us is given 86,400 seconds a day. It is the same amount of time that was given to Henry Ford, Steve Jobs, Steven Spielberg or Norman Foster. If they could find time to create, innovate, enjoy, discover, administer, manage and market their ideas - why not you? Learn more about some facts and discover how really busy are we?