Learn how to use your gift of time, Allie Lo: While it comes with excellent recommendations from all kinds of CEOs, academics and motivators, it is what this ebook has to say to the ordinary person like myself that is the real key to its value. If we are unhappy with how we are navigating our way through life, this ebook sets out to show us how to organize ourselves better. Even those who are wholly satisfied with how they're handling things, and are just reading it out of curiosity, are bound to find a useful tip here and there to try out.
Great read, KAZ: This is a must read for time wasters ! I never thought I could become more productive throughout the day until reading this book. I highly recommend this to any business minded individuals.
Simple, yet effective strategies, Love to Read: The new time management isn't TIME management at all; it's ACTIVITY management, and balance. This book offers a new way to look at time management, and it's easy! There are some tried and true strategies offered, but there are also lots of new ideas.
Quick and practical, Brian K: Quick read, it's practical stuff that works. I own my own business, have a family and kids that demand time so I'm always on the go. I really liked the skill of "flexicute" and realizing that I spend most of my day multi-tasking. My Blackberry seems to run my life, I'm always connected and doing several things at once. As hard as it is, I'm working on disconnecting at times to regain my focus. I've found that when I do this my stress level goes down.
Attack Your Day!, Tom Mc: This book pulled me back to reality and helped me to be more productive. I have used a Day Timer for years and still do but "Attack Your Day" helped me see my poor scheduling habits that kept me drowning in details, busy work, and interruptions. The book shows practical ways to organize to your goals and personality. It speaks to the whole person who wants to succeed in work and family. It also helped me to include my smart phone as part of the organizing process. In the end, taking control of your events and activities is still your responsibility but "Attack Your Day!" gives you the help you need. Well worth the investment. I've recommended it to many friends.
Time is on my side, Jon Matonis: I have followed Mark's and Trapper's writings for a few years now and it has allowed me to refine my day with precision. Also, I don't send any more time-wasting emails. Sometimes it's the simple things that we do that make the biggest difference in our life. I learned several things in this book but the one thing that stuck was to prioritize all activities I do with color. It's made me more productive at work and it's made me realize that I spent a great deal of time on GRAY activities.
Useful, practical time managing ideas, Durango: Usually when I read books it takes awhile to find ideas I can implement right away that actually make an immediate impact. Mark, you challenge the reader in your book to try ideas right away. Well, I did! I've accomplished more in the past few days than I usually do in a week just by your simple yet powerful exercise on choosing!
Flexecute!, EA Attack Your Day offers practical advice in a very readable form. This book helps the reader to make application of the principles for life management AND the advice is straightforward and easy to follow. In today's business world, we need to be informed and flexible, able to "flexicute" and "turn on a dime."
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