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Time Management Strategies for Entrepreneurs: How To Manage Your Time To Increase Your Bottom Line Paperback – May 4, 2013
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About the Author
Connie Ragen Green is an online marketing strategist who has been working exclusively online since 2006. Starting out as a classroom teacher and real estate appraiser, she left it all behind to begin working on the Internet. She soon realized she possessed skills in time management and productivity, and now she works with online entrepreneurs on six continents to help them master this is their lives and businesses. A sought after speaker, Connie divides her time between two California cities, Santa Clarita and Santa Barbara, and travels extensively all over the world. Connie is also a philanthropist and is involved with several charitable organizations, including Rotary International. Geoff Hoff, known as The Creativity Expert, has been a creative writer, an actor, an acting teacher, a standup comic and a popular blogger. He studies and writes about the process of creativity and the process of marketing and teaches creative writing and marketing courses on the Internet. He lives in Los Angeles.
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Top Customer Reviews
I don't make this recommendation lightly.
To be perfectly candid, I downloaded their Kindle book mostly because it was free at the time, but also out of a sense of obligation. If I hope to have them read MY books when they come out, I should read theirs, right? So when I started reading an hour or so ago, I thought I was doing them a favor. Was I ever wrong! They are the ones who did ME a favor. And a big one, at that!
This is like no time management book I've ever read.
I've always considered reading about this subject to be: 1) the absolute height of eye englazement and snore inducement or 2) a painful guilt-trip from beginning to end. As a typical creative type, I am -- how do I say this kindly? -- organizationally challenged. So I expected to be somewhere between ho-hum bored, semi-comatose, and starting to drool.
But Green and Hoff have done more than raise the bar. They've deftly distilled the best time-management teachings in the industry and masterfully made those concepts easily understandable and within reach of anyone. Then they make the whole process eminently practical.
Through concrete examples from their own experiences, their teaching resonates with authenticity as they pull back the curtain to reveal their struggles, their failures and their triumphs. Then they wrap it all up by showing how anyone can implement the steps they outline.
My eyes never glazed over once, which eliminated any possibility of a snore (or a drool). I was, in fact, engaged from start to finish. For a person easily distracted by shiny objects, and who had her email client open at the same time, this speaks volumes.
And get this. I've already begun my reverse engineering. Sorry, you'll have to read the book to find out what that's all about. Trust me, you'll be glad you did.
They tell how this was written very quickly and it shows and I don't like the stupid errors that devolve as a result. Are they serious about delivering a value product? I think they are, but I wish they had spent more time, another week (double their time investment) just tidying up.
They went from a valuable discussion about 'procrastination' to one about 'delegation'; my head spun around. Could you have put in sub-topic headings?
I actually like this book a lot. I wish they had shown more reverence for this product than for the time strictures they chose to work within. Excellent for a 7 day project, bad for what it could have been.
Nonetheless I found value, dug it out. It's biggest plus as other reviewers have indicated is the reality of what they are focusing upon. That, I feel, warrants more respect (time) than they actually gave it.
It gets to the meat of time management by giving concert action steps at the end of each section. Sure, I've heard many of them before, however, both Connie Green and Geoff Hoff reminded me of the value of these time management techniques in a way that was inspiring and prompted me to take action.
That's the difference. Before I finished the book, I had actually taken action steps to complete a project in the next 7 days that I have been putting off for way longer than I'm willing to admit.
Thank you Connie and Geoff for managing your time and getting this jewel to press.
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Time Management Strategies for Entrepreneurs shows you how to achieve optimal productivity by correctly prioritizing and taking action to make your most important choices a reality.
If you want to find a better, more intelligent approach to spending your time so that you can become more productive, fulfilled, and successful, this book will give you the tools to help you get there.