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4 Weeks to Reclaim Your Time - eBook


Do you know poor organization is often a derivative of poor time management?
Do you often feel overwhelmed?
Are you feeling like you juggle too many tasks at once?
Do you feel your environment is in constant chaos?
Do you feel like you have too much to do and not enough hours in the day to do everything?
Do you often say, “I’m too busy, I don’t have time.”

Then this e-workbook is for you!

For 28 days follow my Four Week Plan to More Effective Time Management and I will teach you habits that will lead to more control over your time and skills to manage yourself within your time more effectively.

There are 24 hours in one day, 7 days in one week, and 365 days in a year. We all get the same exact amount of time. It is how we choose to spend our time that makes the difference. You’ll be amazed at the changes you can make in just four weeks and I’m sure you will be surprised at how easy the changes are to make.

Each week covers a different focus:
Week One (habits 1-7) creating new habits, goal setting (the foundation of effective time management) and prioritizing
Week Two (habits 8-14) time management tools
Week Three (habits 15-21) planning and scheduling
Week Four (habits 22-28) addressing procrastination



Ready? Get started! Full color e-workbook just $9.95.

Comments

Janet Barclay said…
Anne, I love the fact that this is a structured program to follow, and doesn't just tell the reader what they need to do, without any specific guidance on how to implement it.

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