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151 Quick Ideas to Manage Your Time



Author:Robert E. Dittmer
Subject:Self-Help
ISBN-13: 978-1-56414-899-5
Pages: 192
Dimensions: 5.25 x 8.25 inches
Format: Paper
Price: $12.99

Too many of us live our lives trying to shoehorn our many activities and
responsibilities into too few time slots available. Increasingly for business
people, fathers and mothers, even kids—(ineffectively) managing the myriad
of activities has become an all-consuming chore. And we’re so stressed that
our relationships and job performance suffer.

Why? Because we organize our time and our lives poorly: We spend five
years of our lives waiting in lines, three years in meetings, and two years
playing telephone tag! We get interrupted 73 times per day, interfering with
our productivity, and take an hour of work home every night, interfering with
our family time.

But we can solve these problems. This book presents 151 quick and easy
ways to meet these challenges in our daily lives. Each idea comes from the
real world experiences of people like you—people who are experimenting
with, examining, and discovering unique solutions to the time problems all of
us face every day.

These tried and tested ideas work! And now they are available to you. Select
those that fit your particular circumstance and try them out! Here are a few:

• Start Your Day the Night Before
• Undercommit and Overdeliver
• Organize Your Workspace
• Block Contingency Time Every Day
• Use Voice Mail as a Call Screener
• Fight SPAM with an E-mail Blocker

Do more in less time, take control of your schedule, and create a new balance
between your work and your family life. You’ll be surprised at how easy it is to
take charge of your time and increase your quality of life…day by day, hour
by hour, minute by minute.

Robert E. Dittmer, APR, has spent 30 years in business and government
service where he has seen almost every kind of time waster you can imagine.
He has served as a Director of Media Relations for NATO and the U.S. Army
and has owned and operated public relations agencies for more than 15
years, and has special expertise in emergency and crisis communication
planning and execution. He currently is an accredited public relations
consultant and faculty member with the Indiana University School of
Journalism. He and his wife Sue live in Indianapolis, Indiana.

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