For most people, the ideal way to cope with and respond to increasing work pressure is by investing more time into it and by increasing the number of hours involved. However, the notion that improved time management is the key to enhancing productivity, might not hold true in all scenarios. Working round the clock may not only leave you exhausted and burned out but may also interfere with the desired output by hindering and affecting the quality of work. It is in this very context that the beneficial idea of energy management comes into play.