It’s 3:00pm. What have you done today? Did you have a long list of to-dos that are still unchecked? Do you feel like you’re spinning your wheels and not getting much done? If you’re anything like me, you’ve struggled with time management and are sick of running out of time. You have lofty goals when you first wake up, but by mid-morning you are distracted and working on something else. Or you procrastinate because the task at hand is not something you really want to do. Sound familiar?
That was me too! But I want to share a resource with you that has helped me look at my available time in a new way. It’s Amy Andrews ebook, Tell Your Time.
It’s a no nonsense ebook full of tips that can help you too. Amy takes a practical approach to looking at your available time and shows you how to break it down so that you can get the most done in the shortest amount of time. And, the book itself is short so you can read it in a couple of hours instead of days.
This book has helped me divide my time among all the important areas in my life and get more done. I’m working to stop multitasking (we all know it doesn’t work) and am getting better at devoting myself to the task at hand. It’s still a work in progress, but at least I feel in control now.
Do yourself a favor and take control of your time by reading this book. Plus, it’s only $4.99 so it’s a small investment to make in your future.
I should tell you that I am an affiliate for this book, but it’s because I read it and believe the information to be very helpful.