This is a well known tale about the utilization of time. The points of interest fluctuate however the nuts and bolts are the same wherever you read it.
In America in the 1930's, Charles Schwab, the head of Bethlehem Steel, the nation's biggest autonomous steel maker, asked a no doubt understood administration specialist, Ivy Lee, for his recommendation on expanding the organization's productivity.
The guidance was this:
Record every one of the assignments you need to do tomorrow, and recognize the five most imperative, posting them all together of need.
To start with thing tomorrow morning, begin dealing with the first thing and don't abandon it until it is finished or you have gone similarly as you can.
At that point begin on the second thing in the same way. On the off chance that things come up amid the day, just manage them on the off chance that they are more essential than the assignment you are as of now taking a shot at. If not, add them to your rundown.
At the point when the main five things have been managed, or taken similarly as you can, rehash the organizing procedure. Try not to stress in the event that you don't figure out how to do everything on the rundown - at any rate the more essential assignments will be finished.
Schwab consented to request that his directors put this exhortation into practice for a month and afterward pay Lee whatever he felt it was worth.
After a month, Lee got a check for $25,000, just about $300,000 in today's cash. Schwab later said that it was the absolute most valuable bit of data he had ever gotten and he trusted it was gigantically noteworthy in the accomplishment of the organization.
I concede I don't generally try to do I say others should do, however I have attempted this and it lives up to expectations!