the boy with the broken stomach
How much do you value time? Does it matter to you if you get late on a meeting? Do you exert enough time in your studies or at work? These are the few things that I am also guilty.

I must admit I’m a buzzer beater. I often get late on meetings. During college I’d like to study in a hurry. It makes me feel good when I’m under time pressure. It’s like an addictive adrenaline rush every time I’m catching up. But sometimes it becomes stressful too. You’re putting yourself to a situation that could have been avoided if you did it earlier. You could have done better. But why is it that we like to do it that way?

One solution to this dilemma is to be able to learn time management. Plan things ahead and anticipate things that could delay your transaction. For example when you’re heading to a meeting; take into account the traffic on your way. Find alternate routes if any. When doing school projects or preparing for an exam, have in mind a clear goal. Do it piece by piece. Don’t clutter things at once, because it can even make things worse.

So what better ways to manage your time than to have a wrist watch? It’s very handy and lets you keep track of time. Not only is it convenient, it’s also fashionable. During the early days, wrist watch defines one’s status symbol in the society. And as of today it becomes more practical to own one and can also be a good investment. It’s just about good timing.

Time is the most precious thing in this world. It's one thing you can’t buy with money. You can never bring back time and so don't wait for it to be late for you will realize how important it is. Always remember: Timex gold.

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