A Brief History of Time Management

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Model T Ford

1908 When Henry Ford launched just under 200,000 Model T cars in fall 1908, he must have known he was changing the automobile industry forever. But he also changed the world. The introduction of the iconic automobile began the car’s transition from a luxury to a necessity by offering a more efficient manner to travel. The Model T’s invention falls at the tail end of the second industrial revolution, concluding over a century of major productivity breakthroughs and inventions from Eli Whitney’s cotton gin to Alexander Graham Bell’s telephone.