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21 Ways to Manage the Stuff that Sucks Up Your Time Paperback – July 25, 2012
About the Author
Grace Marshall is a life and business coach, NLP practitioner, DiSC trainer and mom to two young children. She is passionate about helping busy business owners make the most of their time and their talents, and do life and business on their own terms.
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For those of you who arenft familiar with Grace and her work, she is a life and business coach, and she has two young children. She is also a NLP practitioner and a DISC trainer. She is passionate about helping business owners make the most of their business time and their talents, and do life and business on their own terms.
This book is a quick easy read, but it is full of great tips. Some of them you are probably already doing. But if youfre like me, there are a few more you really should be doing. You will find this book to be very helpful especially if you are not naturally organized. And if you already consider yourself to be an organized person, implementing just a few of these tips will only make you better.
This book is for anyone that wants to:
¡Get more done in the time they have without working longer.
¡Make money, grow your business and still have time for your family
¡Find gme timeh for doing whatfs important to you without feeling guilty.
¡Learn tools and techniques for getting more organized so that you look forward to getting up and going to work each day and you finish each day with a feeling of satisfaction.
You can find my complete review on my blog at [...]
Author: Grace Marshall
I can't say how much I love the "21 Ways" series books. 21 Ways to Manage the Stuff That Sucks Up Your Time by Grace Marshall is no different. In the era of advanced technology, social media, and new media marketing strategies, we all know that these things can suck up our time.
Sensible tips like sending emails in batches, instead of sending separate emails as they come in is a great way to save time. Grace Marshall gives tips on doing this with email, social media, and other daily tasks. As a business owner, I've already started to implement "Way #5" which is "Automate Appointments." By setting consistent days and times to take appointments is an excellent way to ensure that you'll get things done.
Other tips like "Say No and Stay Nice", "Beat Procrastination", and "Choosing Progress Over Perfect," gives confirmation to those who were unsure about these issues.
Lastly, as with all of the books in the "21 Ways" Series, not only do they give actual tips that everyday people can use, they are follow-up with resources. You can talk all day, but if you don't have anything to back it up with, the tips really don't mean much--and that's one of the many reasons that I own nearly every book in the "21 Ways" Series.
From managing the little jobs to creating the right mindset to help energize you into getting the things you really need to do done, this book is a must read for anyone struggling to fit everything in.