Strive for Efficiency, Time Management wouldn’t be a problem anymore.

Incandescent Bulbs → CFLs → LED Bulbs → ?
See what happened here? Lighting became efficient with time…? Was it time that made it efficient? Did Bulb tech evolve on it’s own? 
No! There were innovators working behind it.

Since the Industrial Revolution, the world has developed complex supply chains, from designers to manufacturers, from distributors to importers, wholesalers and retailers, it’s what allowed billions of products to be made, shipped, bought and enjoyed in all corners of the world.

Smart humans saw an opportunity in making this chain Efficient, some very good examples of innovators using efficiency as successful businesses.

  1. Uber : 0 vehicles owned by world’s largest Taxi company!
    It is predicted that people will stop owning vehicles and rent it instead. Self Driving cars and companies like Uber offering it’s services for the entire day. Who wants to worry about parking now? Why care to maintain a vehicle and pay heavy EMIs when you can easily rent one? 
    See what’s happening here?

2. Airbnb : The world’s largest accommodation provider, owns no real estate.
Most of you reading this post have your family’s paying Home Loan EMIs. It’s almost the same story in every other household. 
What if you could rent amazing places and switch them whenever you want to? No bothering about the furniture requirements, or the wifi, or the water bill or the electricity bill. 
Another efficient usage of Resources — Real Estate in this case!

3. Spaceboat : Rent school space after School Hours!

Bam! Re-use School infrastructure after School Hours! Brilliant isn’t it? Sports startups re-using School playgrounds to train legends; Ed-Tech startups re-using school spaces to host Boot camps, toast masters and what not. Infinite possibilities!

We are aware of the 3R’s — Reduce, Recycle and Reuse. Why apply it to just waste?

Time Management and Efficiency, how is this connected? 
Everyone wants to manage their time. What if, we could focus on being efficient instead? 
Dedicate ourselves completely in what we are doing and not trying to multi-task?