10 Lines Short Stories With Moral : 37. Time is money



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There was a woman named Emily who owned a small business. She always felt that there weren't enough hours in the day to finish all her work. She worked long hours every day, but she felt like she wasn't making enough money. One day, Emily met an old friend who was a successful businessman. Her friend told Emily that time is money and if she wasted time, she would waste money. Emily was confused, so her friend explained that time is valuable, and every second counts when running a business. Emily realized that she was wasting a lot of time on unimportant things, such as browsing the internet or chatting with colleagues. She realized that she needed to be more organized and efficient with her time. She started making a to-do list every day and prioritizing her tasks. She delegated some tasks to her employees and hired someone to help with paperwork. She also set a strict schedule and worked on eliminating distractions. Slowly, Emily's business began to grow, and she started making more money. She learned that time management was crucial to her success and that she needed to use her time wisely to achieve her goals. Emily never forgot the old saying, "Time is money" and always made sure to use her time efficiently.

Question 1:

Who owned a small business?

Question 2:

What did Emily's friend tell her about time?

Question 3:

What did Emily realize she was wasting time on?

Question 4:

What did Emily do to manage her time better?

Question 5:

What did Emily learn about time management?

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