Bank Your Time featured on WVIT NBC30 (Connecticut, USA)
Footprints on the sands of time
Do you find fulfillment in life? Are you physically,
emotionally and spiritually satisfied with all that you have
achieved in life?
Do you actively take part in the game of life or do you
watch from the sidelines?
Do you get to do what you want to or do you only do what
you have to?
Do you merely exist or do you really live? If you
only do what you have to do, you merely exist. Only
when you do what you want to do you really live.
Life is not a spectator sport!
Vision without action only leads to dreams. You need the
desire and the determination to take action to suit your
vision, but most of all, you need time. How will you find
the time to take action and fulfill your vision?
Bank Your Time is not a time management program.
Bank Your Time is a game that helps you create the
spare time that you need for all the things that
you want to do. Oh, and incidentally you get
to be better at managing all the things that you have to
do within the time available. It is a fun way to
Bank Your Time Success Stories
Ann R. from Huntsville, AL, writes:
A single mom with two boys and a very demanding career hardly has
time for herself. I had some doubts about Bank Your Time at
first - "Another time management system," I said. I gave it a try
anyway, and I am glad I did! I now have plenty of time to relax.
The game also helped me control my boys, and which mom doesn't like
Karen S. from Silver Spring, MD, writes:
I tried many time management programs and threw away the planner
after a few days every time. Nothing worked for me. With Bank
Your Time, I just keep going and going and going ...
Ram M. from Warren, NJ, writes:
Most of us waste time being TOTALLY unaware of such habits on
our part. Mr. P. Rao’s Bank Your Time techniques
educate us by systematically drawing our attention to such wasted
time bites, and then more importantly, how to either eliminate
them or minimize them.
I have gone through his program with great interest and
benefited by it already.
His methods are so simple yet so valuable. I do believe that the
best ideas are usually extremely simple, but it needs a person
like Mr. P. Rao’s academic and intellectual acumen to
capture, crystallize, and deliver them to us.
I am very positive about the outcome of
Bank Your Time. I am sure you will too.
Saravanan B. from Chennai, India writes:
As a passion-driven entrepreneur, I find dealing with the hum-drum
to be such a drag. However, unfortunately, like they say,
success is 10% inspiration and 90% perspiration. I think
"Bank Your Time" can make the perspiring a
bit more tolerable.