The 25 Best Time Management Tools & Techniques
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- A 95-page, easy-to-read guide with hundreds of proven methods to help you manage your life easier and better NOW.
- Based on the best tips from the top 20 time management books on Amazon.
- Plus a special bonus, not available anywhere else but here!
Exclusive NovaMind Bonus
Pamela Dodd, co-author of "The 25 Best Time Management Tools & Techniques: How to Get More Done Without Driving Yourself Crazy" has written a special companion e-book showing you how to implement her time management tools using NovaMind.
She says: "Mind mapping is one of the easiest, fastest, and most creative ways to tap into your busy brain and make order and sense out of the multitude of stuff in your life."
This e-book is like an addendum to the main e-book, and has example Mind Maps showing you with example Mind Maps, how to:
- uncover and organize your values and vision
- map out your vision
- prioritize effectively
- organize events and to-do lists
- deal with large amounts of information
- plan and achieve goals
- make decisions
- and manage projects
This FREE bonus is only available when you purchase directly from the NovaMind online store.
No doubt about it. For most people, time management is THE #1 stumbling block to their success.
How often do you hear someone say, "I need to get more organized," or "I should really learn how to manage my time better!"? Perhaps that someone is YOU.
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You’re just minutes away from the very best that time management experts have to offer. Things like:
- Find out where your time really goes (not where you think it goes)
- The best way to calculate the value of your time – It’s worth much more than you think!
- How to identify what you really want in life (not what other people want for you) so you can focus on what matters most to you
- 5 easy ways to get out from under all your “stuff” – See who’s happier when you manage your living spaces better (hint: it may not be just you!)
- Why occasional procrastination isn’t bad and chronic procrastination usually spells disaster
- The real reason why most people don’t write down and share their goals
- Why your head is the last place you should be storing important information
- 6 crucial questions you should ask yourself to prioritize on the fly. Planning is great, but sometimes things change. Asking these questions prevents you from getting sidetracked
- The easiest ways to keep track of your To Do’s without spending a fortune on fancy personal organizers or complicated digital services and software programs
- 18 tips to stop holding boring, unproductive meetings and start making better group decisions
- How addiction to urgency actually limits your success
- 6 simple suggestions to help you find better work/life balance so you can enjoy the things that make you truly happy
About the Authors
Pam has studied, written, and consulted on the dynamics of work groups and personal and organizational effectiveness for over 25 years. Client industries include energy, healthcare, manufacturing, and professional services. For seven years she worked for Electronic Data Systems, designing and delivering programs on diversity and leadership development. Pam has written about learning organizations for the American Society for Training and Development. She also edited the 1998 booklet Pushing the Boundaries: Learning Organization Lessons from the Field.
Pam has a B.A. in personnel administration from the University of Pennsylvania, a master¬ís degree in social work from Marywood University, and a Ph.D. in organizational psychology and social work from the University of Michigan. She is a member of the American Psychological Association, the Association for Psychological Science, and the American Sociological Association.
Doug is an organizational development consultant and executive coach. He frequently speaks on business and organizational topics to corporations and associations.
Selected clients include executives and managers from Altria Group Inc, Bertelsmann, The Chubb Corporation, DC Comics, DoubleClick, Prudential Douglas Elliman, Harvard Management Company, HSBC Bank USA, International Baccalaureate Organization, MetLife, and the University of Chicago.
Doug has a B.S. in psychology from Cornell University and 12 years’ experience as a sales and business development manager, primarily in telecommunications and Internet consulting.