Time – Your Responsibility to Manage

R 160,00

Trevor Ketler’s acclaimed book will forever change the way you view and use your time.



Time – Your Responsibility to Manage

Trevor Ketler’s acclaimed book will forever change the way you view and use your time.

Why is this book so highly recommended?

This book is designed to help you optimise the limited amount of time you have available.

Time is an asset given to everyone no matter who they are or where they come from. Each person is given the same number of minutes – no one wakes up with more and no one is given less. We cannot collect this asset, save it, store it or carry some of it over to the following day. What we have not used in one day is lost forever and can never be reclaimed.

Isn’t it amazing then that at the end of a day, some people seem to have achieved so much whereas others do not have the same successes? Part of the achievements of successful people is based on their ability to manage their God-given time effectively.

Modern technology has changed the way we do business today. The computer has become smaller and more powerful and can retrieve data in milliseconds. We have access to the internet where we can obtain information on any topic we can think of. We can communicate with any person anywhere in the world at any time and receive a response immediately.

We can be in the middle of the remotest place on Earth and speak to someone via a mobile phone. All this is designed to make business life faster and more efficient and cut down on processes. Our customers expect that we respond as quickly as technology demands. With all this, we need to make changes. Changes to the way we use and manage our time. If we cannot play by the rules – get out of the game! As Benjamin Franklin said, “Dost thou love life? Then do not squander time, for that’s the stuff life is made of”.

We can manage our time only if we understand how time is measured. Since the ancient civilisations, time has been measured by the stars, moon, planets and the sun. People relied on their motions to determine the years, months, and seasons. Timepieces were built in the form of sundials and water clocks to measure a day.

About the Author

Trevor Ketler is the founder and owner of Ketler Presentations. He is a skilled and experienced trainer who qualified as an International Instructor-Trainer within the Dale Carnegie organisation. He has been in the training arena since 1987 and during that period has trained many large organisations both nationally and internationally. His skills and vast experience have allowed Trevor to successfully grow, inspire and develop others.


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