Proper Management

While getting things done, always remember that somethings must precede some others while somethings can be done alongside others.

For example you don’t need to wait for the water supply before setting-out and excavation is done during drain construction. But without water, it becomes impossible to mix and cast the concrete for the base and walls of the drain.

Many things in life operate like construction projects; scheduling is as important as planning and implementation or execution. When no time frame is added to tasks, they may never get done.

Always planning and never implementing is even worse than not planning at all.

There is always a balance to strike for maximum productivity.

Precision and consistency is the guarantee of quality, and quality in turn attracts recommendation.

See : Attracting Recommendation.

Cement, sand, crushed rocks and water are the constituents of concrete. Their availability is not crucial to excavation but it is to casting.
With proper cordination and scheduling, time will not be wasted.
No matter how complicated an entire project may be, it can be simplified and completed succesfully if properly managed. Proper management entails monitoring and controlling every unit adequately for maximum productivity.

Checkout your life. What aspects have you abandoned while waiting for something else to happen?
Must one really occur before the other can be put to use?
We can make much more impact than we think if we consider every single thing that we’ve been endowed with.

In the game of chess, a certain move will create a weakness except preceded by some others. Whereas at certain times, any of several different moves may give an advantage. Chess is played a move at a time and the different pieces have their different moves and ranks.
The masters of the chess board usually put everything to consideration while playing the game.
Each piece and each position can be evaluated in a chess game, let us learn to do the same in life.
Overlooking our gifts, talents, assets, positions, skills, opportunities, alternatives, options, counterparts, etc may reduce our chances of dominance but giving attention to both great and small possessions, endowment and positions will inevitably give us the advantage.

The one who is faithful with little is most likely going to be faithful with much!

Every piece counts and proper management makes a whole lot of difference!

-Nnamonu Tochukwu.

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Who am I really? Can that be defined yet? Probably by the time I'm long gone and all the pieces of my activities are compiled and analysed then you can know what you want to know about me. Meanwhile, I write. Not because I love writing but because I love people. I love to care and love to share. I'm a deep thinker and I love to believe in the impossible. The ideal is attainable and a shot at it must be given. Don't say 'It won't work' rather ask 'how will it work? Nobody is ever doomed unless they made the choice. To resist good and to adopt evil is already doom. To loose hope is to choose doom but to believe that every step is a passing phase leading towards your hope is to choose progress. I may go on and on but my posts say it all. I don't force you to agree, I only say enjoy!
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9 Responses to Proper Management

  1. jmmcdowell says:

    Nice analogy with real-world examples!

  2. Brilliant Piece! Thanks for sharing this.

  3. Judy says:

    Good thought-provoking piece! Excellent writing! Thanks for posting this…

  4. WOW! Just what I need to think about in my life right now 🙂

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