Time Management Techniques: 8 slick strategies to create more free time and use it as you want and end procrastination. by Wayne Evans - Read Online
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If you have issues with your time management or simply wish to improve your time management skills, then 'Time Management Techniques' is your go to guide.

Earl Nightingale said “You don't manage time, you manage activities” This book therefore highlights 8 essential strategies that you must do each day to generate more free time, so that you can do the things you really want to do.

By studying this book, it will certainly improve your management of time and end the dreaded procrastination. You can use it as both a strategic time management tool and a useful day to day time manual.

Finally, if you are figuring how to best to manage your finite time and use it more wisely, then this time management workbook will be a useful investment indeed.

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ISBN: 1370669755
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Hi and welcome to this powerful little time management manual.

What ever your rationale is in picking this valuable training up, you have made the right first step and thank you for purchasing this eBook.

Your rationale could be:

Be a better boss/co-worker/partner.

Improve your chances of promotion.

Create more free time to develop a new hobby.

Be a better parent.

Learning to teach others.

Just researching the subject because you’ve heard so much about it.

Insert yours.

Why is Time Management important?

There are only 1,440 minutes in a day. No more, no less.

Bear in mind that you spend 480 of those minutes (on average) in bed, this should raise a small concern.

You have to decide on how to use the remaining 960 minutes, but, remember it is split between work and leisure time, so it’s vital to be focussed. However, the