Productivity: Break Bad Habits That Are Ruin Your Time Management by Aiden meyer

(64b) Break Bad Habits That Are Ruin Your Time Management

Productivity: break bad habits that are ruin your time management


If you have not totally given up on trying to incorporate solid time management ideas and techniques into your life, then this book is written with you in mind. Instead of trying to repeating all the countless concepts, theories, and other complex variations of this simple principle, let’s explore the fundamentals of time management and then conclude on how to select the right strategies and settings to use to suit your life and career.

Procrastination is a growing problem. In a world that’s filled with distractions, there is always something that provides instant ‘fun’ just a few clicks away. This book will show you how to break those habits, how to become more productive, and how to get on top of every aspect of your work and life.



Secondary Genre: SELF-HELP / Affirmations

Language: English

Keywords: time management, time management for busy people, time management productivity, small business, time management system, procrastination, productivity

Word Count: 7453

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Sample text:

This sounds simple enough, but this may provide to be especially challenging. Your objective for this part of the goal setting exercise is to identify 50 answers to the question: “What do I want?”

The rules are fairly simple:

Do not analyze or prioritize the answers that you create. This step should be completed as a stream of consciousness/brainstorming type of activity. I repeat, DO NOT analysis what you write.

Understand that this list is for your eyes only. No one else will see it and you will not be judged for anything you include or exclude on your list.

Be completely honest with yourself. You are not to include things that you believe you “should” or “should not” want.

Do not write down things that represent undefined or vague concepts.

Do not write down that you want a bazillion dollars or a room full of diamonds. Write down the specific things you would buy with your desired wealth. The same holds true for concepts such as “happiness,” “health,” or even “retirement.”

On a similar note, do not put things down that are beyond your personal scope and experience. Ending world hunger or curing cancer are great ambitions, but the fact is that one person alone will not accomplish such things. If these causes are a passion for you, then provide a tangible way to contribute to the solution. For example, instead of ending world hunger, you can list the goal of sponsoring a local food bank.

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