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The Skinny on Time Management: And Other Life Challenges
     

The Skinny on Time Management: And Other Life Challenges

by Jim Randel
 

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Nearly 100 books and articles on time management were digested and synthesized to write this book. What did we learn? The whole process was a waste of time!

Every source said the same things. There are about 50 principles of time management that you need to know. Once you learn them, you have everything you need. All 50 principles are addressed in The Skinny

Overview

Nearly 100 books and articles on time management were digested and synthesized to write this book. What did we learn? The whole process was a waste of time!

Every source said the same things. There are about 50 principles of time management that you need to know. Once you learn them, you have everything you need. All 50 principles are addressed in The Skinny on Time Management.

Editorial Reviews

Beth Cholette
"As a psychologist who works with college students, I definitely see the value to this book. The succinct format is certainly likely to appeal to those with busy schedules, yet the material provided is practical and beneficial.... This is a useful, easy-to-read, enjoyable book."

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780984139392
Publisher:
RAND Publishing
Publication date:
01/28/2010
Series:
The Skinny On Series
Pages:
136
Sales rank:
1,292,948
Product dimensions:
5.40(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.40(d)
Age Range:
15 Years

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the skinny on time management

how to maximize your 24-hour gift
By JIM RANDEL

RAND Publishing

Copyright © 2010 Jim Randel
All right reserved.

ISBN: 978-0-9841393-9-2


Introduction

We at The Skinny On books believe that less is more. We believe that too many writers, thinkers and researchers tend to use 10 words when 5 will do. Perhaps that is historical. Since books have always been pretty hefty items, writers see no reason to change what has worked in the past.

We don't believe that what worked in the past should be the way of the future. Heck, screaming from one neighbor to another may have been an adequate form of communication 200 years ago, but today cell phones are generally preferable.

Our objective is to completely research a particular subject-in this case time management-and then to distill for you, the reader, just what you need to know. Not all the fluff ... not all the filler. Just what you need to know.

We have read about 100 books and articles on time management and here is what we learned: the process was a waste of time! All the writings say pretty much the same thing. The fact is that there are about 50 principles of time management that you need to know ... and once you learn those, you have learned what you need to know about this subject. All 50 of these principles are addressed in this book.

We are asking for JUST one hour of your time to read our book. We assure you that reading our book will be one of the best expenditures of your time that you have ever made.

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Excerpted from the skinny on time management by JIM RANDEL Copyright © 2010 by Jim Randel. Excerpted by permission.
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Meet the Author

Jim Randel, a graduate of the Columbia University College and Law School, has made his living as an entrepreneur. During his 30-year career, Jim has been the lead investor in many real estate and business deals.

Jim has been a guest speaker at Harvard and NYU Business Schools, annual conventions for national organizations, and investor sessions in every large city in the United States. He has also appeared on numerous networks as an expert on investing. Recent engagements include ABC, CBS, Fox, Fox Business and BetterTV.com.

Throughout his career, Jim’s passion has been to teach and write. His first book, The Real Estate Game (CCH), was published in 1986 and received national recognition from investors and critics. From 1988 to 1990 he was a daily commentator on the Financial News Network (now CNBC). In 2006 he wrote Confessions of a Real Estate Entrepreneur (McGraw-Hill) which reached #1 in several Amazon categories.

In 2008 Jim founded RAND Publishing which, under the imprint, The Skinny On™, publishes a revolutionary line of illustrated non-fiction books.

The first book in this series, The Skinny on the Housing Crisis, was awarded First Prize in the prestigious Robert Bruss Real Estate Book competition sponsored by NAREE, a group of 600 journalists who cover business and finance. This was quickly followed by 7 more titles: The Skinny on Willpower, The Skinny on Credit Cards, The Skinny on Success, The Skinny on Real Estate Investing, The Skinny on Direct Sales, The Skinny on Time Management, and the newest in the series, The Skinny on Persuasion.

Jim lives and works in Westport, Connecticut with his wife Carol. They have four grown children and two grandchildren.

For more information on Jim Randel, go to: www.jimrandel.com .
For more information about the Skinny on series, go to: www.theskinnyon.com .

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