The truth is that developing time management skills will help you in all aspects of life. They help you find focus and use time wisely. These skills will help you get more done in one day than you did in two or three. You will never miss an important moment with family or a deadline at work. ‘Time Management – Making Your Time Count’ shows you an easy system for creating flow in your life - helping you get what you want from your time and efforts.
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“Busy, Crazy, Frustrated, Overwhelmed!”
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Create a Plan, Get More Done in LESS Time And Reward Yourself Every Day!
Dear Busy Friend,
Life is hectic isn’t it? With the demands of work, family and other obligations it can seem like life is spiraling out of control. Do you feel like you only do half of what needs to be done every day and never have a moment for yourself? Do you run around putting out fires and feeling exhausted and unfulfilled at the end of the day?
Whether you’re a CEO, a working parent or a college student we all fall into habits that make life a busy hub of activity yet accomplishes little. If you are starting to feel like all your efforts are barely keeping you afloat it is time to take control and give your life an overhaul.
“Your Job, Health and Family are at Risk”
Are you aware that your stress and frustration may be putting your health at risk? Living with anxiety can lead to high blood pressure, heart attack or stroke along with many other health problems. You need to get in control.
Are you concerned that your job is in danger because you can’t accomplish all your tasks? Do others seem to get all the credit while you run around fixing their problems? Don’t wait for the next job cut or passed promotion to realize you need a better system.
If your family needs to ‘give you space’ and get out of your way, you can’t get the housework done without a battle of wills and you never have time to relax, you need to learn how to work together and give your family the attention they deserve before you realize how much you missed.
Life’s too important to miss out on, that’s why you’ve been given an Easy Solution…
“Learn the Secrets of Time Management”
Don’t like lists? If you think that lists are the only answer you’ve never learned about time management.
The truth is that developing time management skills will help you in all aspects of life. They help you find focus and use time wisely. These skills will help you get more done in one day than you did in two or three. You will never miss an important moment with family or a deadline at work.
‘Time Management – Making Your Time Count’ shows you an easy system for creating flow in your life - helping you get what you want from your time and efforts.
Here’s What You’ll Learn With
‘Time Management – Making Your Time Count’
•Why is Time Management so Important?
How time management can change your life. Why you didn’t stop the madness before?
•How to Value Your Time
Step ONE: Find out how to measure the value of your time. Appreciate the cost both in money and time so you can make better decisions.
•How to Track Your Time
Step TWO: Learn how to track your activities and give yourself valuable feedback on where your time goes. Eye-opening look at what you do each day.
•What Activities are Wasting Your Time
Identify time wasting activities and
learn how to combat them. Find out about the Top FIVE time wasters and how to control them.
•How to Create Goals
Step THREE: Learn how to identify your goals. Recognize what activities help you reach them and which ones are getting in your way.
•The ‘To-Do’ List
Step FOUR: What a ‘to-do’ list is for. How an efficient list can help you be more productive.
•Creating Your Action Plan
Step FIVE: Learn to work towards your goals by creating an Action Plan. Watch your progress and see how Action Plans can give you focus.
•How to Prioritize
How do you get it all done? Prioritize! Learn the secrets of making the most of your time.
•Managing the Family’s Time
Busy families have a hard time getting everything done. Find out how to help chores get done and have more time for fun with your family!
What You’ll Also Get…
•Personal Action Plan and Goal Worksheet
•Activity Log Worksheet
“Are You Ready to Start Enjoying Life Again?”
You work hard and you deserve to see the results of your time and effort.
You depend on your health and need to treat yourself right and start relaxing soon.
Your family and friends should bring joy to your life and you should have the time to share with them.
If you’re ready to be more productive at work, spend more time with family and feel more relaxed and fulfilled download ‘Time Management – Making Your Time Count’ right away!
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P.S. Don’t forget that another day without using the skills taught in ‘Time Management – Making Your Time Count’ is costing you in time, frustration and anxiety. Buy it now and enjoy better health, great job and a happier family!
To use your time well it is a MUST that you have an organized work space. Every moment looking for a pen, a file or a misplaced check not only means wasted time but it can add to your stress level and interfere with your ability to focus on your work.
To avoid wasting time with disorganized work space:
1)Give EVERYTHING a home. This includes your cell phone and keys.
2)Keep daily needs easily accessible. Whether you work from your car or an office, place phone lists, calendars and other daily needed items in an easy to see spot or in an easily accessible folder.
3)Put everything else away. Files and tools that are not in use need to be put away. The easiest way to do that is to give yourself at least 50% more storage space than you currently need. If you cram items into a small space you will not likely keep up with your organizing and you will have difficulty finding what you need.
Once you’ve identified and dealt with key time wasters you will be surprised how much more productive your day can be!
Setting Goals: Long Term and Short Term Goals
One of the key ingredients for successfully managing your time is identifying your goals. Goals are what will keep you motivated and focused – both essential to being productive.
What do goals have to do with time management?
When you have determined where you want your life to be in one year – or five – or even 20, it will have an impact on what you do TODAY. A person who dreams of being a lawyer will not have much success obtaining that goal if they don’t first make the time to fit studying and school into their schedule today.
Many long term goals will have short term goals that lead to them. Not only does this make practical sense (ie: getting accepted to University is a shorter term goal than becoming a partner in a law firm) but it also helps you from becoming overwhelmed or loosing sight of your goals.
If you are trying to manage your time it is because you recognize that there is a limited supply and it is all valuable. While responsibilities at work and home may be what dictates how you plan your day, shouldn’t all (or most) of this time work in harmony with your goals? This may mean some big changes, or it may just mean adjusting some things in your routine. "
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