Friday, March 7, 2014

Benjamin Franklin's 12- Time management lessons

Benjamin Franklin was born on January 17, 1706 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. He was a philosopher, inventor, scientist and businessman. Franklin was a prolific writer. He wrote hundreds of newspaper articles on social and political topics.Franklin helped to establish the American Philosophical Society and the University of Pennsylvania. Franklin is a man of great integrity, intelligence and charm.He has been referred to as the "wisest American." Franklin hypothesized that lightening was a form of electricity and invented a musical instrument called the armonica. 

Best quotes on Time management

"Time is money." - Benjamin Franklin.

"Time is the most valuable thing." - Theophrastes.

"Time is the coin of your life." -Carl Sandburg.

"Time is life. It is irreversible and irreplaceable." -Alan Lakein.

"Time is a gentle god." -Sophocles.

"Time is a great teacher." -Hector Louis Berlioz.

"Time is a great healer." - Lucille S. Harper.

"Time is the wisest counselor of all." -Pericles.

"Time is the Supreme Law of nature."-Arthur Stanley Eddington.

"Time is the school in which we learn,
  time is the fire in which we burn." -Delmore Schwartz.

"Time is an illusion." -Albert Einstein

"Time waits for no man." -Alice Morse Earle.

"Time is the meaning of life." - Claudel.

"Time discovers truth." -Seneca.

"Your time is limited." - Steve Jobs.

"Time has wings." -Proverb

"Time is really the only capital that any human being has,
  and the only thing he can't afford to lose." -Thomas Edison.

"Time management is life management." -Robin Sharma.

"Time management is stress management at its highest level." -MacKenzie,1997.

"Time is too slow for those who wait,too swift for those who fear,
  too long for those who grieve,too short for those who rejoice,
   but for those who love, time is eternity."-Henry Van Dyke.


  1. Great article and tips!

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  2. Great quotes. Implementing those in real life will make out the best aspect to touch the respective level of approach in terms of business management. Practically making the things and keeping those in the right path some what makes a significant difference. I believe in keeping track of hours in order to have a clear picture of the time management and successful achievement.