Effective Time Management In a Day For Dummies

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John Wiley & Sons, Nov 5, 2012 - Self-Help - 72 pages
Get the know-how to manage your time effectively—in a day!

Effective Time Management In a Day For Dummies helps you to effectively set up a time management system to regain control of your days and responsibilities. It showcases the importance of maximizing effectiveness and reveals why (and how) time management is the key to organizing hectic lives.

  • Focusing efforts and blocking your time
  • Prioritizing for daily success
  • Setting up a work environment that is conducive to being productive
  • Minimizing distractions

The e-book also features links to an online component at dummies.com that extends the topic into step-by-step tutorials and other "beyond the book" content.

 

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Great place to start on your journey and introduce you to key concepts quickly.
As the title suggests, it is very easy to read the whole book, make notes and formulate your plan of action in just
one day (or a few hours). I would recommend this as a great place to start and a perfect way to introduce you to some key concepts of time management. Anyone looking for a deeper understanding will need many more sources to support this text. Specifically, when looking to deal with your procrastination. Only criticism's really is that it feels like it often lacks depth (but then again the intent of the book really is an introduction to time management) and that it focuses heavily on office environments and the corporate world. It took some creative license to make this useful for me as a self employed musician. 

Contents

Setting Yourself Up for Success
Overcoming TimeManagement Obstacles
Dividing your day Step2 Scheduling yourpersonal
Setting Up and Maintaininga Productive Workspace
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About the author (2012)

Dirk Zeller (Bend, OR) is CEO of two nationally known companies, Real Estate Champions and Sales Champions, which specialize in training and coaching sales people in the direct selling industry. More than 120,000 sales people subscribe to his weekly e-mail newsletter. Zeller speaks at over 45 industry events a year to audiences that range from 150 to more than 1,000 people in a single seating. He is one of the most published authors in areas of success, life balance, sales training, and business development, and is also one of the most sought-after speakers in the sales and real estate arena. He was able to improve his own focus and productivity by switching from a seven to a four day workweek.

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