Create Your Own Time: How To Work 48 Hours In A Day

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AuthorHouse, May 6, 2008 - Business & Economics - 124 pages
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Create Your Own TimeHow To Work 48 Hours In a Day

Is a book about Personal Time Management: Using time effectively and efficiently in personal life, to achieve more. The book illustrates, through simple real life examples, how you can increase your efficiency by more than 200 %. This book is for anyone who wants to take advantage of the opportunities provided by life by controlling the time and thus creating ample time for oneself.

      This book explains the strategies and techniques you can use to save time in order to make an optimum use of time. The book also explains the importance of organizing and planning in personal time management. It illustrates the correlation between your self-control and time saving. The book depicts how you can control time by controlling your behavior. It also introduces you to basic concepts of time management and provides you with insight into how people waste time.

      The book contains hundreds of tips on how you can save time in daily chores and around the house. It deals with the time savings using computers, internet and technology. Some of the older books published a decade ago will fail to give you insight of how to use the technology to your advantage.

      Later chapters of this book give you some tips organized by the role of a person. Some roles discussed are moms, homemaker, working women, couples, teenagers and students. It also familiarizes you with some interesting ways in which you can utilize your time when you are waiting or traveling.

      Included in appendix are some sample check lists and other templates like ‘To DO’ lists, travel checklist, party checklist and goals template.


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2How And Where Do We Waste Time?
3Strategies For Saving Time
4Organize Plan And Schedule
5Manage Self Manage Time
6Save Time All Around You
7Technology Computers And The Internet
8More Time Saving Ideas By Role
9What You Can Do In Your Free Time
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Page 1 - If your answer to any of the above questions is yes, then you seriously need to consider implementing personal time management.
Page 4 - ... than that required in many areas of human endeavor. The operation of a department with perhaps as many as thirty or forty thousand people, weighted down with a host of civil service regulations and staffed with civil servants none too eager to work, requires a tremendous amount of drive. Second, while it is true that there are . only twenty-four hours in a day and only seven days in a week, the span of attention can be greatly extended within limits; but a willingness to put in a fourteen- or...

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