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Wasteful Habits – Stephen Malatji

A5, 173p.

SKU: ISBN: 978-1-990964-24-4 Categories: , ,

R250.00

“Waste neither time nor money, but make the best use of both.”

Benjamin Franklin

A Million Dollar Question: How wasteful have you been in your life with regard to money, time, food, and your health?

  • Had you not wasted money and time, where would you be today?

 We may not be able to reverse the clock to start life afresh, but we can do something about today to live better tomorrow. We can do something about ‘now’ to end our life on a high note of joy and fulfilment. I believe what Tiger Woods once said, ‘It is not the last ball that counts but the next one.’ You can do nothing about the ball that missed the hole, but you can do something about the next ball.

This book contains a ‘word of wisdom’ addressing more than 40 money-wasting habits you can counteract today by closing the leaks; and simple ways to improve productivity and master the use of time at your disposal.

  • What do you do with time? William Penn says – Time is what we want most but use worst.
  • Are your meetings productive or time wasters?

 It is never too late to learn new things! It is time to kill needless and unproductive meetings! Learn from this book how to do that. Learn how to run effective, efficient, successful, cost-effective, and productive meetings, including meetings conducted remotely.

“Wasted time is worse than wasted money because you can always get more money but not time. Time wasted is never regained.”