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"Time Management from the
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Introduction--The Power of Time Management
PART ONE--LAYING THE FOUNDATION
1: A Whole New Way of Looking at Time Management
2: What's Holding You Back?
3: Understanding Your Personal Relationship to Time
4: Developing Your Big-Picture Goals
5: Time Mapping: Creating Your Ideal Balance
6: Selecting a Planner That Works for You
PART FOUR: ATTACK
9: Assign a Home
Suggested Further Reading
SYNOPSIS: So there are never enough hours in a day. We can't make the days longer, but we can change our live and habits to make the best use of the time we have. This book will help you analyze where your time management problems are, and create strategies to correct these problems. Whether it's delegating, procrastinating, or lack of technological skills, this book will help you identify your personal needs and goals. If you want to see how you can make better use of your time, this is the book for you.
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