It’s the only constant and the only thing we truly have.
Money is fleeting, relationships can fall apart, people can pass away or leave us, but time will always be something you have – until your time is up.Money is fleeting, relationships can fall apart, people can pass away or leave us, but time will always be something you have Click To Tweet
If all we really have is time, shouldn’t we manage it to the best of our abilities? I am by no means a time management expert or master, but I know what has worked for me and what has worked for other people I know.
I want to help you manage your time better, use it to move closer to your calling/passion/purpose and become a better version of yourself. You deserve to spend your time doing something you love. You deserve to be filled with joy by your work, your relationships and everything you do in life.
This is exactly why I wrote the book titled:
You’re probably wondering what’s in it for you if you buy this eBook. You’ll gain plenty of benefits including:
- A clear understanding of how society would like you to value time
- Discover why most people waste more time than they use
- Learn the keys to achieving better time management fast
- Twelve strategies you can put into practice immediately to help better manage your time
- Learn the power of saying NO
- And So Much More!
I have jam packed this book with all the strategies I use daily, have used successfully in the past and even some I know friends and family use regularly to better manage their time. You only get 168 hours a week, just like everybody else. Manage those hours well and watch your productivity skyrocket.I have jam packed this book with all the strategies I use daily... Click To Tweet
You may think the successful people of the world (the rich, the famous, the well-known, the happy, the joyful) have found some secret to unlocking extra hours every week.You get 168 hours, so do they. What's the difference? Click To Tweet
You get 168 hours, so do they. What’s the difference? They know how to manage that time to get more out of their life and do more of what they love.
Are they just sleeping less? Not likely. You don’t have to cut back to 4 or 5 hours of sleep a night and become a crazy, sleep deprived person to become highly productive and a master of your time. Only a handful of people can truly live productively on such little sleep and most of them don’t stick around past the age of 60.
There isn’t some magic secret or some magic strategy. However, there are some great strategies you can use day in and day out, until they become habit, to master your time and move closer to your calling/passion/purpose.
The image on the cover came from one of the campgrounds we visited earlier this year in Indiana. It was a beautiful sunset and I was able to snap a great picture of it. It just fits with the theme of this book as managing my time better has allowed me to enjoy more beautiful views, more amazing experiences and more sunsets just like this one.
- How Society Values Time
- How Society Wastes Time on the Unimportant
- Why Time Management is Important
- 12 Ways to Achieve Better Time Management
- Experimenting to Find Success
- Remaining Flexible
When you take the 12 Ways to Achieve Better Time Management and you put them into practice (even just one or two of them) you’ll be amazed at how it changes your life. These simple little changes will boost productivity and allow you to find more time for the things you love.
Maybe you’ve been trying to write a book or start a blog. Just one extra hour a day could be all you need. These tips, tricks and strategies will get you there and plenty more!Maybe you've been trying to write a book or start a blog. Just one extra hour a day could be all you need. Click To Tweet