What's In Your 24? How To Get It Done Without Getting Outdone

What's In Your 24? How To Get It Done Without Getting Outdone

by Dana Simone Stovall

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BN ID: 2940016565217
Publisher: Outskirts Press, Inc.
Publication date: 05/29/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 76
File size: 274 KB

About the Author

Dana Simone Stovall is a bank examiner with the FDIC, founder of Destiny’s Door consulting company, a basketball/cheer/dance/PTA/track mom, an active & life member of the National Alumni Association at Wiley College, a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., a dedicated mentor, an officer of a Toastmasters International club, and a 25-year supporter & volunteer of UNCF. She has created a daily routine to stay healthy and physically fit—without excuses and without allowing others to hijack her To Do list. Simone resides in Aurora, Illinois, with her daughter, Destiny Subira Stovall, and her cat, Dominion ShakaZulu Stovall.

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What's In Your 24? How To Get It Done Without Getting Outdone 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
ReadersFavorite More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Mary DeKok Blowers for Readers' Favorite What’s In Your 24 by Dana Simone Stovall condenses lots of common sense into just 60 pages. A time management system at its core, it really is so much more. Stovall’s gimmick is to list the hours in a day (12 of them) and provide important points for each. Presumably the other 12 hours are for eating, sleeping, and exercise.  The 12:00 section displays a great list of TETs (Time Efficiency Tips) such as how to pack for a trip, how to avoid eating too much of the wrong things, and how to make sure you drink enough water. There are some great ideas here about being goal oriented and focused on your dreams. I especially love the sneaky tips on how to exercise when you think you don’t have time. Stovall really has some unique and creative ideas to help you with time management. Underlying the whole thing is an admonition to take care of yourself. If you don’t eat properly, drink enough water, get enough sleep, and exercise, you won’t be at your best to do your job or take care of anyone else.  These are great reminders, especially the one to take care of yourself first. It’s sort of like the airline safety instruction to put on your own oxygen mask first before assisting another passenger. If you pass out (or break down in some way from doing too much) you’re not of any use to them. What’s In Your 24? by Dana Simone Stovall is a fun and quick read and just may help you be more efficient.
MyBookAddictionandMore More than 1 year ago
This book is useful for women that are seeking time management skills. The author gives suggestions on how to set goals. The goals range between getting your dream job to making a perfect dinner. She suggests that instead of chatting with the other soccer mom's you use the practice time for yourself and exercise, get your nails done or run an errand that needs to be done. Some things are pretty easy and common practice, but she has a lot of worth while suggestions on how to run your life smoothly. The book took less than an hour for me to read and I feel it was well worth it. Rating: 4 NO Heat Rating Reviewed By: Rae Courtesy of My Book Addiction And More