Help Yourself Get Everything Done : And Still Have Time to Play

Help Yourself Get Everything Done : And Still Have Time to Play

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by Mark Forster
     
 

Help Yourself Get Everything Done is for people who have to juggle the demands of a busy schedule, and that means all of us! If we’re not vigilant about planning our days, time can slip away at the expense of our personal fulfillment. According to Mark Forster, the key to getting everything done is repeated, consistent, and focused action. He shows us

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Help Yourself Get Everything Done is for people who have to juggle the demands of a busy schedule, and that means all of us! If we’re not vigilant about planning our days, time can slip away at the expense of our personal fulfillment. According to Mark Forster, the key to getting everything done is repeated, consistent, and focused action. He shows us how to put this plan into practice: get moving and overcome resistance and procrastination, make the maximum use of available time, allocate work time and free time, cope with interruptions and emergencies, and learn to manage time by saying "No!"

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780658021503
Publisher:
NTC Publishing Group
Publication date:
07/28/2001
Pages:
200
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 7.70(h) x 0.50(d)

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Guest More than 1 year ago
Mark Forster's book is straight forward and well worth the purchase price. Forster briefly shares many of his personal experiences and observations with other 'time management' books on the shelf. What makes this read different from many other books (that I've read) on the subject is Forster's candidness and ability to address the 'weaknesses' of other previously suggested time-management strategies. Forster challenges the reader to re-think and recognize that it's not 'time-management' that's important. Rather, we should be looking at our lives as a daily, weekly, monthly and annually set-of-choices that we are responsible for and must 'manage.' I was directed to this book by a Web site, www.careerleader.com, and an excellent resource. And because of the professionalism of this Web site, I bought Forster's book. And I am thankful for it. Cheers, J. Brad Hallett, M.B.A. Minneapolis - St. Paul, Minnesota