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Daylight Saving Time – (Spring Ahead)
Did You Know….
The official spelling is Daylight Saving Time, not Daylight SavingS Time. Fewer violent crimes: A study by the U.S. Law Enforcement Assistance Administration found that crime was consistently less during periods of Daylight Saving Time than during comparable standard time periods.
Fewer traffic accidents: Several studies in the United States and Great Britain have found that net traffic accidents and fatalities drop by close to one percent.
Outdoor activities save energy: Because people are home fewer hours during the “longer” days of spring and summer, they don’t turn on appliances and lights, and less electricity is used.
So what are you doing to save time for you? Sometimes looking at things from a new perspective, such as Daylight Saving Time, can bring big results you didn’t anticipate. On average, Outcome Thinking clients save 25% of their time as they learn how to communicate to get the right result the first time.