Time Management: Best Techniques for Millionaire Productivity by Tony White

Are you an introvert who has a hard time getting things done?

Time management: best techniques for millionaire productivity


You have a daily to-do list consisting of several dozen items. You're always busy, but you never really feel productive. You know what you need to get done, but you can't figure out where to start. You routinely agree to help others with their tasks but can't make headway with your own work. Sound familiar?

This management classic has been developed and tested during more than thirty years of teaching management in universities, in executive programs and seminars and through the author's close work with managers as a consultant for large and small businesses, government agencies, hospitals and schools.

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Genre: BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Management

Secondary Genre: SELF-HELP / General

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: 9584

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Sample text:

Being “busy” is a form of procrastination (thanks, Tim Ferriss), as little unimportant tasks are a distraction and a form of self-trickery, giving you the feeling of progress without the real results. This can cause confusion as you wonder why you’re still in fundamentally the same situation you were in last year, without much significant improvement. This is not a question of being lazy, busy people are seldom lazy. Think of it like this, if you want to get from point A to point B, it doesn’t matter how far you go down point C – it’s simply a detour and irrelevant to your desired destination. This problem can be simply fixed with some reflection on what’s really important, cutting away all the unnecessary stuff, and focusing your energy like a laser to achieving your number #1 goal.

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