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How to Get Control of Your Time and Your Life (Signet) Mass Market Paperback – February 7, 1989
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Is what you are doing now the best use of your time?
Are you focusing on what is most important to you?
If not, then why aren't you focusing on doing what needs to get done.?
If you were to create a top 10 list of life's essential books or maybe a list of say the best dozen guide to life books, two of them should be about how to manage your time. Because all that you ever do and achieve in your life will depend on how you manage and use your time.
Put this one and Dan Kennedy's no BS time management book, No B.S. Time Management for Entrepreneurs (No B.S. Series) on your required reading list.
Learn to stop procrastinating and get rid of people that prevent you from focusing on what is important.
Become much more proficient at getting things accomplished.
This little book will show you how to prioritize things and focus on the things that matter most.
You only have a limited amount of time. Make the most of it and use it on stuff that matters to you.
Good sources you need to be awared by reading this book:
The Swiss Chesse method
Ask Lakein's question (one of my favorite sayings based off this book)
Making the most of your priorities
Building your will power
How to work smarter, not harder
Drift, Drown or Decide
Props to time management consultant and expert Alan Lakein for handling all the process down in this phenomenal book.
This is very simple and yet practical. The purpose of this was to use in coaching an employee but it is serving me well also. It's good reminders, and clarification between goals and activities and the need for continuous prioritization is not brand new but logical and practical enough to work for anyone.