Vocabulary Tricks Part 29: Time Management

Time management is a division of one's time in a proper way. We should make the best use of time because our life is transient like a morning reverie. We should use our time in a constructive way.
We all live and perish with time. People who realise the value of time, always achieve success. With the help of time management, they attain an enviable position in society. All great men are economizers of time.
Our life is finite and short-lived, while the flow of time is eternal. Thus, it becomes imperative to use time properly. We should invest rightly during the good times so that we can reap benefits during the difficult times. In bad times, we should face our fate with perseverance.

Words With Meaning And Additional Examples


Meaning: Lasting only for a short time; impermanent.
Example: We should accept that life and death as part of the ephemeral and transient cycle.
Synonyms: transitory, temporary, short-lived, short-term, ephemeral


Meaning: A state of being pleasantly lost in one's thoughts; a daydream.
Example: A knock on the door broke her reverie.
Synonyms: trance, fantasy, vision, fancy, hallucination, musing


Meaning: Having or intended to have a useful or beneficial purpose.
Example: His advice is always constructive.
Synonyms: positive, useful, helpful, encouraging


Meaning: Die, especially in a violent or sudden way.
Example: Unfortunately, he perished in World War II.
Synonyms: expire, meet one's death, be lost


Meaning: Arousing or likely to arouse jealousy.
Example: The firm is in the enviable position.
Synonyms: desirable, attractive, sought-after, desired, admirable


Meaning: A person who makes wise use of money and available resources.
Example: He was a great reformer and economiser.


Meaning: Lasting or existing forever; without end.
Example: True love is eternal.
Synonyms: perpetual, undying, immortal, deathless


Meaning: Of vital importance; crucial.
Example: An immediate action is imperative.
Synonyms: critical, essential, of the essence, a matter of life and death


Meaning: Receive (something, especially something beneficial) as a result of one's own or another's actions.
Example: The Company will reap the benefits of this investment.
Synonyms: receive, obtain, get, acquire, secure


Meaning: Persistence in doing something despite difficulty or delay in achieving success.
Example: Medicine is a field which requires dedication and perseverance.
Synonyms: tenacity, determination, resolve, resolution.

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