Time management tips and books on time management skills can be found everywhere, if you are on the lookout for time management tips, which aren’t only effective, but also easy to apply into your daily undertakings, and wish to look further afield than the time management tips and resources provided by myself, there are two books I would recommend for you, each holding relevant time management tips, which could be exactly what you are looking for.
The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Managing Your Time
By Jeff Davidson
Jeff Davidson gives readers of The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Managing Your Time with practical time management tips, sure to be of benefit for those going through the dreaded time management problems rut. As its title already says it all, the Complete Idiot’s Guide to Managing Your Time is a powerful book perfect for those aiming to improve their time management skills, enhancing their productivity, yet still maintain enough time devoted for fun with friends and family.
Imagine. By simply applying the featured time management tips in the Complete Idiot’s Guide to Managing Your Time, readers’ weekends are no longer left for unfinished weekday work business, but rather for rest and relaxation.
Changes do truly happen when one optimizes one’s own time schedule, maximizing things to higher potentials, leading to more fruitful days ahead.
Eat That Frog: 21 Great Ways to Stop Procrastinating and Get More Things Done
By Brian Tracy
Written by Brian Tracy, the legendary productivity expert, Eat That Frog shows readers the benefits of time management tips, by giving readers ways of doing away with the pangs of procrastination. The book isn’t exactly jammed with time management tips, but you do learn practical steps to overcome procrastination, and accomplish more in less time with Eat that Frog. As a source for time management tips, this book stands strong.
In searching for practical time management tips which are all easy to apply into one’s daily undertakings, the two above books stand strong, and are ideal for those searching for ways to improve their time management.
Till Next Time
Mike Gardner is The Time Doctor