Time management made simple and easy
Fans of The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy, Eat That Frog by Brian Tracy, and 12 Week Year by Brian P. Moran and Michael Lennington will love Time Management Ninja.
More time, stress relief, and relaxation: You want more time in your life. Time to spend with family, to achieve big goals, and to simply enjoy life. Yet, the world we live in is busier and changing faster than ever before. More things competing for your time, and more distractions interrupting your day.
Simple and practical time management: You have tried to manage your time better but have found that most time management systems and tools are too complex. Or they are too unwieldy to be effective or sustainable. Time management shouldn’t be difficult, and it shouldn’t take up more of your precious time than it gives back!
Easy tools, rules, and tactics: Craig Jarrow has been there, too. However, after spending many years testing time management tactics, tools, and systems and having written hundreds of articles on productivity, goals, and organization, Jarrow discovered a simple truth. Time management should be easy.
More productivity and less stress: It is only when you simplify your approach that you can rise above the busyness and chaos of our fast-paced society. Time Management Ninja offers "21 Rules" that will show you an easier and more effective way to take control of your time and manage your busy life. If you follow these simple principles, you will get more done with less effort. You will have less stress and more time to do the things you want to do.
No-stress, uncomplicated time management that works
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About the Author
Craig Jarrow is the author of Time Management Ninja - the blog rated one of the top 3 "most influential in productivity today" by Biz 3.0. Craig has been featured on CBS MoneyWatch, Huffington Post, Lifehacker, American Express Forum, and more.
Hyrum W. Smith is one of the original creators of the popular Franklin Day Planner and the recognized "Father of Time Management." Hyrum is former Chairman and CEO of FranklinCovey Co. He currently serves as Vice Chairman of the Board of Tuacahn Center for the Arts.
He is the author of nationally-acclaimed books and presentations including The 10 Natural Laws of Successful Time and Life Management, What Matters Most, Pain is Inevitable Misery is Optional, You Are What You Believe, The Three Gaps and Purposeful Retirement.
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Time Management Should Make Time, Not Take Time
You Need Four Productivity Weapons
Your To-Do List Should Be Your Best Friend
Make Appointments with Yourself and Your Work
Write It Down Now, So You Don’t Have to Remember It Later
Planning Is Good, Preparing Is Even Better
Be the Early Bird and Get a Head Start on the World
Do Tasks Until Done
Put It Away Now, and You’ll Know Where It Is Later
The ABC Method of Cleaning
One Extra Task a Day Keeps Procrastination Away
Never Confuse Busy with Productive
You Can’t Finish if You Don’t Start
Realize You Are Stronger Than You Think
Know You Are What You Do Today (and Every Day)
Use Your Tech for Good, Not Evil
Make Choices or Life Will Make Them for You
Passion Makes You More Productive
Let It Be (You Can’t Do It All)
Don’t Create Your Own Life Friction
Live Your Life or You Won’t Have One
Manage Your Time, Manage Your Life
About the Author
What People are Saying About This
"Getting more time on the clock just got easier than ever. This book will help you own your calendar, block time for what matters most and reclaim your life. Plus, anyone who says your to-do list should be your best friend gets extra brownie points from me."
Paula Rizzo, author of Listful Living: A List-Making Journey to a Less Stressed You