Time Management: The Powers of time and how to manage time by Jean Kennedy

How can I increase my productivity and stop procrastination?

Time management: the powers of time and how to manage time


If you’re a part of the ‘productivity’ generation, chances are you’ve heard countless orders to produce more without ever receiving the tools to get it done. Extended hours and promised incentives aren’t enough to put you on the path to productivity if you haven’t learned the right lessons.

Are you ready to get down to business on the to-do list and improve your productivity and efficiency in the direction of excellent personal satisfaction and quality of life? Assuming that this is so. Then buy it so we can continue!

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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: 5830

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Sample text:

So, we must create a schedule for ourselves. Creating an agenda full of work, social and personal responsibilities helps us organize all aspects of our lives and keep track of where we need to be at any given time. A good schedule includes even the smallest tasks, as these are usually the first forgotten.


The first step to creating a schedule is to write it down. Paper calendars and agendas work well for some people, while electronic calendars that are accessed via phone work best for others. Find a medium that is easy for you to use, and is something you will check often. It makes no sense to use your paper calendar if it will get buried on your desk. By the way, if you have organized your desk, that should not be happening!

Book translation status:

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Translation in progress. Translated by Silviana Carolina Macedo de Cordova
Already translated. Translated by Enrique Vazquez

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