Banish Time Management Forever
John McLachlan, Karen Meager
Whether you want to get more done at work, delegate better, manage the priorities at home or just spend more time doing things that bring you joy, Karen and John will help you develop an approach to time that is efficient and fits with your unique personality.
- 152 Pages
- 12 January 2017
- ISBN: 9781784520991
Move Beyond Time Management Become a Time Master Have you tried the latest time management techniques and still feel overwhelmed? Are you fed up with having to 'think' about prioritising, decision making and squeezing things in? Do you wish life would just flow better? Then this is the book for you. This book will allow you to master your own time and not be controlled by other people's priorities. Understand how your own preferences, style and interests impact how you use your time and be able to: - Incorporate simple changes in your day to day activities that give you back control. - Learn how other people see time and how you can use that to help them become more efficient and effective. - Make the most of your time for the things that are important to you. Whether you want to get more done at work, delegate better, manage the priorities at home or just spend more time doing things that bring you joy, Karen and John will help you develop an approach to time that is efficient and fits with your unique personality.
By following Karen & John’s methodology, leaders not only master their own time, they become an excellent efficiency role model for others. This improved everyone’s productivity and results at EdenTree, allowing us to focus on our mission of delivering ‘Profits with Principles’ for our clients.
This book will help you make managing time an unconscious competence - leaving you space to get on with your life.
You can attend every time management course going and still not get back the fulfilment you seek from the hours that you spend. What Karen and John have done in Time Mastery is to unblock those things that will always undermine your best efforts if you do not address them. This book shows you, both conceptually and practically, how understanding your resources, your personal rhythm, and the way you communicate with others, you can enjoy an energised and productive life. You’ll want to have a notebook to hand to get the most from this deceptively simple book. Do the structured thinking that Karen and John have laid out, and you will get more from this book than a lifetime of productivity courses.