Robert W. Bly: 101 Ways To Make Every Second Count
101 Ways To Make Every Second Count: Time Management Tips and Techniques for More Success with Less Stress By Robert W. Bly
Today, the demands on our time are tremendous. Everyone has too much to do and not enough time to do it. According to an article in Men’s Health magazine, 42 percent of American workers believe they are overloaded with work. We live in the Age of Now. Customers are more demanding than ever. They want everything yesterday. As Miami Herald columnist Leonard Pitts comments, “We move faster than ever, but never quite fast enough.”
“You may delay, but Time will not.”
– Benjamin Franklin
Yet you can solve most of your time-related problemsnot enough time, too much to do, deadlines too short, bosses too demanding, not getting to your own prioritiessimply by increasing the productivity of the one resource you can control: you. As management consultant Stephen Covey notes “The only person over whom you have direct and immediate control is yourself.”
101 Ways to Make Every Second Count shows you how to succeed in today’s competitive, fast-paced world by increasing your own personal productivity, so you can get more done in less time.
Going beyond conventional time management, 101 Ways to Make Every Second Count offers diverse strategies and tactics in order to empower you to gain this productivity boosteverything from planning, scheduling, organizing, and eliminating time-wasters, to suggestions on improving life habits that give you more energy so you can work better and faster, to using the latest technology to manage information and communicate more efficiently and effectively.
- Quick Tips to Speed You Up
- Do you Really Want to Be Productive?
- The 10% Solution for Increased Personal Efficiency
- Mastering the Time Management See-Saw
- Using Technology to Save Time
- Delegation and Outsourcing
- Getting Organized
- Maximizing Your Personal Energy
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