Time Management

All About Time Demands

This week, I’m delighted to have a guest writer for the first time!  Francis Wade is the author of the new book Bill’s Im-Perfect Time Management Adventure, a charming novel about one man’s search to solve the puzzle of time management. —————————————————- Perhaps the biggest discovery shared in my new book, Bill’s Im-Perfect Time Management Adventure, is the idea that while we can’t actually manage time, we do manage “time demands.”

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Save Time With Labels

I love return address labels.  I’m guessing that I’m not the only one, since charities send out return address labels to get on your good side and guilt you into sending them money. Some of my clients hold on to every return address label that was ever sent to them, even though they have so many that the labels will most likely outlast them.  Personally, I play favorites, keeping only the ones that I really like or that reflect the charities…

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In Praise of E-Readers

In many ways, I am very tech-savvy, but in other ways, I’m an old-fashioned girl. So when e-readers came out a few years ago, I was not the least bit interested.  I love books.  I love the look of them and the feel of them.   I love bookstores and libraries.  The idea of reading a book on a skinny, slick device did not appeal to me. But over time, I found that I was not reading that much, even though I…

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Time Management Is About Prioritizing

When there is a long time between my posts, it’s a sign that I have a lot going on in my life.   Many of my clients beg me for help with time management, as they have a lot going on in their lives, too. What I teach them is that time management is about making choices.  The key question when managing one’s time is:  how should I be spending my time right now?

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