Time Management Strategies How to Get Your Time Back by Tony Gray

Time Management is key to success in personal and professional life.

Time management strategies how to get your time back

This book is a short to the point read for those who find themselves doing things that they shouldn't be doing, thus, using up the precious time during the day. This book has references to lot of specific studies and their conclusions about managing time and ways people waste time. I am sure you will find that that what they say is correct and we always fall into some of these traps.

Imagine what you could accomplish with your life if you tackled the discipline of time management. Learn how to effectively manage your time and power through your to-do list in record time. This comprehensive guide will help you quickly master your time, instead of allowing your time to master you.

Inside you'll find...
• How to prioritize your to-do list
• How to put the 80/20 rule to work in your life.

  How to plug up time drains
• Why multi-tasking will slow you down
• How to set realistic expectations
• And more!

Time Management Strategies for students, Time Management Strategies for teachers and time management strategies for nurses and more...


Genre: SELF-HELP / General

Secondary Genre: TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / General

Language: English


Word Count: 6345

Sales info:

It sells about 30 copies in a month

Sample text:

Introduction: Why Time Management Matters to You


“Day, n. A period of twenty-four hours, mostly misspent. “ – Ambrose Bierce

In May 2010, Google brought nostalgia to its homepage. Its daily doodle celebrated Pac-Man’s 30th birthday on that particular day, and the Google overlords craftily replicated not only the look, but the actual playability of the original Pac-Man game. Tired employees got online that morning and discovered that their search engine now featured one of their favorite back-in-the-day arcade games, and it wouldn’t be an understatement to say that every single United State of America was soon abuzz with these employees tapping their keyboard’s arrow keys with unusual fervor.

So what? Well, someone got curious and calculated how much action Google’s Pac-Man really got. The blog RescueTime came up with a total playtime of 4.8 million man-hours, and a scary big percentage of numbers happened during work hours. They took it a step farther and assumed that the average employee playing Pac-Man cost his employer $25 an hour, which meant that the Google’s overlords took a pretty sizable bite out of the day’s earnings—a $120 million bite, actually.

That’s just the big picture. Let’s zoom in and think about the more personal effects. There’s no way of knowing how many people stayed late at the office because they might’ve (oops) let time get away from them on a silly arcade game. Maybe a couple guys found themselves walking into meetings not quite so prepared thanks to the gaming distraction. Some people probably took their break (plus a little) to amuse themselves with Pac-Man instead of going for that quick walk they promised themselves. 

Book translation status:

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Already translated. Translated by Laura Palmisano
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