Time management is a science that attempts to find ways to increase productive time in an average worker’s day. Authors Jim Loehr and Tony Schwartz believe that increased energy coupled with increased time makes a worker more productive. Work energy factors include 1)physical energy, 2)emotional energy, 3) spiritual energy, and 4) mental energy. Increased time without energy is wasted time. Loehr and Schwartz’s book, “The Power of Full Engagement: Managing Energy, Not Time, is the Key to High Performance and Renewal”, offers advice on maximizing all four types of work energy.
- The Power of Full Engagement: Managing Energy, Not Time, is the Key to High Performance and Renewal is about saving time in our daily lifes.
- The book makes key points that it is the amount of energy you have that will save you time throughout the day.
- If you do not have the energy, physical, mental, emotional and spiritual then the extra time is useless.
“Efficacy toward your goals is to some degree about having the time to execute. BUT, it is also about having the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual energy you need to execute. If you lack the level of energy you need to be at your best, then the additional time to perform below the requisite level for achievement does you no darn good.”