Ultimate Techniques for Time Management - Where does all that time go? [NOOK Book]

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Now You Can Take Control Of Your Time!

Accomplish the goals that you have always wanted to , but thought you didn't have the time for, without sacrificing time for anything else you are currently doing . . .
"Time is Money". That is the age old cliché . . . but I think that a more timely statement in today's world would be that "Time is a ...
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Overview

Now You Can Take Control Of Your Time!

Accomplish the goals that you have always wanted to , but thought you didn't have the time for, without sacrificing time for anything else you are currently doing . . .
"Time is Money". That is the age old cliché . . . but I think that a more timely statement in today's world would be that "Time is a Precious Commodity".

Time effects every aspect of your life. Your job, your personal relationships, sleep, and the time you find for leisure are all effected by your ability to manage your time. After all, there are only 24 hours in a day, and that will never change.

It may seem that there is never enough time, but if you learn how to manage your time better, you will be surprised at how much time you really have.

Time management is not something that is taught in high school, and very few colleges include it as part of there required course studies, but it may just be the single most important life skill that you can have.

I know that some will tell you that it is motivation that sets the very successful apart from the crowd, but I believe most of us have the motivation, we just don't know how to find the time.

That is why I have assembled this manual, Ultimate Techniques For Time Management. This manual will teach you how to find the time to do the things you currently believe that you don't have the time for.

Table of contents
Chapter 1: The Concept of Time
Chapter 2: Do you live in your own time cage?
Chapter 3: Where does all that time go?
Chapter 4: The Time Killers
Chapter 5: Organization, the key to Time Management
Chapter 6: Your 'To Do' Lists
Chapter 7: Prioritization: Essential in meeting deadlines
Chapter 8: Accomplishing more with less time
Chapter 9: The Time Savers
Chapter 10: Doing two things at once
Chapter 11: Your time: Self Analysis
Chapter 12: When to Say „No‟
Chapter 13: Procrastination-Your final enemy
Chapter 14: Staying Motivated
Chapter 15: Planning for success
Chapter 16: Are You A Workaholic?
Chapter 17: The Burnout Syndrome
Chapter 18: Tardiness-Don't waste my time
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013411555
  • Publisher: colin lian
  • Publication date: 9/3/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 94
  • File size: 824 KB

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