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The Yield Hill-Theory with practical impact

Diagramm yield/service/complexity.

I am sure, as experienced professional you already have learned much about time management and should already know this theory – No?

Don’t be blamed, I have invented it, and since publishing this website nobody ever heard about it. Except somebody had the same idea.

You may use it as an opportunity to prove your competence in effective time management issues.

After reading this chapter you can make it “yours”.

What does the diagram say about time management use?

1 st you will not know where you exactly are within this diagram, when using a specific method – you may only have a feeling. However, that´s not necessary at all.

2 nd the quality of this picture is to experience, that any use of simple methods without high service time rises time yield regardless of the current status of your time management use.

If you are already using all simple advice, there will be no more you can apply. You are practicing effective time management. That's the danger. You probably try more complex systems, hoping to yield even more time. However, that need not be true.

Maybe one or the other specific single tip will improve your work, but barely another complex solution.

3 rd there is a point of optimum use. Going over this point doesn't make sense because you go into regions, where the time yield is still positive, but is equal to a yield, that you reach with a simpler method.

Therefore the 3 areas represent

  • the green area “1” in the diagram is the area of intelligent use,
  • the yellow area “2” the non intelligentuse and
  • the orange “3” obviously the dumb use.
Again- you will never be able to exactly fix when you are where. (so there is no apparent Danger of being accused to be dumb or unintelligent.

The message of the diagram is not the numbers but:

An attempt to make you watchfully in selecting your future time management system and probably save time and money.If you are ever thinking my advice is located in the high complexity non intelligent or dumb range, please let me know ;-).

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