Productivity: Step by Step Guide to Creating a Lifelong Habit by Tim Iannarino

(3b) Step by Step Guide to Creating a Lifelong Habit

Productivity: step by step guide to creating a lifelong habit


If you want to uncover the best strategies to take back control of your time, get things done efficiently and triple your productivity, then keep reading...

If any of this fits, this book is for you - an ambitious, creative person who routinely generates more stuff to do than time available. You aren't average - traditional time management has been a concern of yours for a long time and you have already put some things in place which work well for you.

So many people in society lack critical organizational skills which not only makes life more stressful, it takes up your free time which could be spent doing the things that make you happy. 

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Secondary Genre: SELF-HELP / Affirmations

Language: English

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

Word Count: 30592

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Just as I was about to make the transition from employee to business owner, an opportunity was presented to me by a friend and business colleague. We knew each other very well, and had a history of working together successfully on previous projects. He had been self-employed for almost five years and had built a very strong personal brand and a successful consultancy business for himself. He’s doing pretty well. He had built a strong business network around him and was very well positioned to do great things.

When he approached me to come on board and support the work he was doing, I jumped straight in with two feet, because I saw it as a great opportunity and feared I would miss the boat. I got straight involved and began contributing to a number of projects and leading on a few particular elements. I found myself putting in substantial hours each week to ensure that deadlines were met. As the months went on and the project began to develop, I began to recognise that what was being built was not in line with my end goal. His why and my why did not align.

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