Charles E. Hummel gives time-tested principles and tools for managing priorities and escaping the "tyranny of the urgent."
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Table of Contents1. Where Is Your Time Flying?Our greatest danger is letting the urgent things crowd out the important ones.
2. Jesus & TimeJesus completed what the Father wanted him to do--and wasn't frazzled in the process.
3. Managing Your LifeA refreshing new perspective can help us with our harried schedules.
4. Is This Trip Necessary?The crucial question is not short-term efficiency but long-term effectiveness.
5. How Is Your Time Being Used?There's a difference between "quality time" spent with people and "quantity time" spent on things.
6. Clock & Calendar: Friends or Enemies?They can enslave us--or serve us. Like fire, the clock and calendar make good servants but bad masters.
7. The Art of Saying NoYou are indispensable only until the moment you say no.
8. Time Out!Take a moment to stop, look and listen.
9. Following the LordFollowing Jesus involves committing all I know of myself to all I know of him.
10. No Time Like the PresentThe present must become more than just a bridge linking the past and the future.
Epilogue: The Tapestry
Appendix 1: Hearing the Word of GodListening to God through the pages of the Bible can give us perspective and peace.
Appendix 2: Praying the ScripturesThe great answer to prayer is the power to pray more.
Appendix 3: At Your LeisureLeisure offers us a chance to make a life, not just a living.
Appendix 4: It's About TimeThe tyranny of the urgent is more than a question of time.
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