Meet a procrastinator: Me! After years of struggling to live with schedules and to-do lists, I began discovering how to get things done without forcing myself into a structure I couldn't live with. This book is the result.
People like me (and perhaps you) who thrive on flexibility and spontaneity sometimes give up on time management because all that structure simply doesn't work for us. Dreams go unfulfilled, chaos takes over, and we resign ourselves to a life that is less than we hoped for.
The new approach presented in this book begins with just five minutes a day spent focusing on what you want most from life. You'll learn how to simplify tasks that seem overwhelming, balance your life and make time for the people who are important to you. There are practical tips to manage your home and daily routine better, links to useful websites, and a host of other information to guide you on your way to the life you've dreamed of.
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About the Author
Dr. Jean Reynolds is Professor Emerita at Polk State College in Winter Haven, Florida, where she taught English for over 30 years. She is the author of eleven books, including three books about writing, and she is co-author (with the late Mary Mariani) of "Police Talk" (Pearson). She has taught basic education to inmates and served as a consultant on communications and problem-solving skills to staff in Florida's Department of Corrections. At Polk State College she has taught report writing classes for recruits and advanced report writing and FTO classes for police and correctional officers. Jean Reynolds holds a doctorate in English from the University of South Florida and is an internationally recognized Shaw scholar. She is the author of "Pygmalion’s Wordplay: The Postmodern Shaw," and the co-editor of "Shaw and Feminisms: Onstage and Off," both published by the University Press of Florida. She is an accomplished ballroom dancer. She and her husband, garden writer Charles J. Reynolds, live in Florida, where they enjoy reading and traveling.