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Avoid overwhelm, deal with interruptions, and enjoy your best life.
The new time management is activity management. An activity is anything we do. It's a phone call, responding to an email or drop-in visitor, a work-related task, an unplanned meeting, exercising, spending time with family or friends. It’s even eating, sleeping or an emotion that we feel. We engage in an activity every second of every day.
The activities we decide to do (or not do) can either direct us towards our goals in life or drive our stress level up to the point of overwhelm where we can’t seem to get anything accomplished.
Most old, established time management strategies do not fit today’s high intensity, rapidly changing, fast-paced environment. What we need is fast, flexible, easysolutions. You’ll find them in this book.
From the Back Cover
“Finally, a quick-fix approach to activity management that doesn’t take more time to learn than the amount of time it saves!”
“This book is filled with nuggets of wisdom! Attack Your Day!
delivers a unique and practical approach to activity management for a more productive life.”
--Greg S. Reid
, bestselling author, Three Feet from Gold
“Great achievers know themselves and use their time and talents wisely. Read this book and be better than great!”
--Bill J. Bonnstetter
, founder and Chairman, Target Training International, the world’s most validated assessment tools
“A pleasure to read, Attack Your Day!
is both a primer for someone learning to utilize their time wisely and a refresher for those who want to fine-tune their skills. Improve the quality of your days and your focus with the authors’ techniques.”
--Gale S. Pollock
, Major General, United States Army, retired Avoid Being Overwhelmed, Deal with Interruptions, and Enjoy Your Best Life!
Do you ever run out of time before you run out of things to do?
Today, we have more events and activities to manage than ever before. This is due in part to technology, the Internet, and the expectations of doing more with less. To maximize our time, we need to be great at implementing five activity management skills.
In this book you will learn fast, flexible, and easy solutions for greater productivity.