Time Management: Ultimate Ways To Boost Your Effectiveness by Barbara Fisher

Maximize your day. Multiply your results.

Time management: ultimate ways to boost your effectiveness


What would you do with an additional 4 HOURS a week? That's enough to watch a Lord of the Rings movie or King Kong by Peter Jackson. You can take a nap. You can read a book or magazine. You can meet up with friends. You can spend some quality time with your spouse or children.

Time management plays a critical role in reaching excellent productivity and health. If you can manage your time well, you will have a high level of harmony with other people, inner peace, and psychological well being. 

Do not wait longer to discover YOUR KEY to a new and better life.

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: 15690

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Sample text:

The crux of this chapter is based on this question. Generally, we (like most people) do not know what is important and what truly matters in our live by the end of the day; and because we do not know what is important, everything seems important to us.

Since everything seems important, we end up doing everything which puts us under a lot of undue pressure. Moreover, because we do everything people expect us to continue to do everything, and because we do it all, we are left with no time to stop and think about what is truly important to us.

This is an extremely vicious cycle that ends up depriving us of our ability to achieve our goals and leaves us frustrated and depressed. I will elaborate on this issue with the help of an example.

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