Iranians’ phone calls four times world average

TEHRAN, May 10 (MNA) – Iranians speak by telephone four times the world average, a faculty member of Qazvin Islamic Azad University’s said here on Sunday.

“Time has no value to Iranians and that’s why they talk on phone four times the world,” Hessam Zand-Hessami said.

 

Referred to the “Year of Improving Consumption Patterns” -- the current Iranian calendar year of 1388 (began March 21), named by the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei --, Zand-Hessami lamented that compared with other countries around the world, our per capita consumption of energy, water, and foods is high.

  

“Time is the most precious resources in the universe,” he said, calling for greater efforts to improve its’ consumption as well.

 

Zand-Hessami described planning, time management, and listing tasks in order of priority as the main steps in saving time.

 

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MNA

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