Taskology Time Management
The Complete Guide to Saving and Protecting More Time
So You Can Make More Powerful Progress without The Stress
Do you have a to-do list a mile long?
Do you feel as though no matter what you do, you’ll never be able
to “catch up?”
If so, you’re not alone. Just about every research study on the subject reveals what we already know: Professionals today are overworked, overwhelmed and stressed out.
It’s an age-old challenge: too much to do and not enough time. But try as we might, we can’t “save time” in a bank, “make time” in a manufacturing plant, or “slow down” the passage of time.
Fortunately, however, you CAN learn how to
PROTECT time and PREVENT time from being lost.
And when you do, you can work more efficiently, effectively and productively.
You can achieve more tasks, finish more projects,
and make meaningful progress you can feel good about at the end of every day.
It’s actually pretty scary when you stop to think about it: If you’re not spending your days on your priorities, then you’re not spending your TIME the way you’d like to be spending your LIFE.
The thing is, most people aren’t very good at using their time effectively. These days professionals have become accustomed to saying “yes” too often to MORE activities and MORE commitments than the hours in their day can handle.
They take on too much and then wonder why they feel like they’re running on a hamster wheel! (Sound familiar?)
Not only this, but professionals also waste a HUGE amount of time each day conducting searches in their offices and file drawers and running searches on their computers, looking for things they KNOW they have, but just can’t FIND.
But here’s the thing…
Effective time management isn’t all about managing time.
It’s about how WELL you manage everything ELSE in your day.
The most efficient and effective use of time —as well as the most productive workday—comes from taking charge of everything in your workday, like tasks, email and information. It also results from knowing how to manage interruptions and distractions, and how to make smart decisions about planning and priorities, and how you’ll use the time you have.
That’s right: It’s all up to you. And until YOU decide to take control you will continue to feel like you NEVER have enough time. You’ll always feel stretched, frazzled and tired. And you’ll be frustrated that you’re always running behind schedule, finding it difficult to get anything finished. And aside from feeling stressed out, you may even start to feel a little sad or angry.
It’s so easy to waste our lives: our days, our hours, our minutes…
unless you know there is a clock ticking.”
Everyone has the EXACT same amount of time each day, but some people accomplish infinitely more than others in that time. If you want to be among those who accomplish more in the time you have—or accomplish more in less time so you can enjoy more time for yourself—then it’s time to learn the strategies of Taskology Time Management, which is about two things—and two things ONLY: Protecting Time and Saving Time.
Imagine for a moment if you had an extra 30, 45 or 60 minutes. Every… single… day.
How would you use that time?
Would you spend more time…
- With family and friends?
- Playing sports, enjoying outdoor activities or working out?
- Enjoying your hobbies, like golf, reading or cooking?
- Mentoring your direct reports or working with your team?
- Thinking, planning or strategizing for your job or business?
- Growing your business and boosting your revenue?
- Writing a book or learning a new language?
The possibilities are endless. That’s the point. It’s all up to YOU how you use your time.
In this e-book, I’ll share with you the exact same strategies I teach my private consulting clients, who go from perpetually rushing around, always feeling frantic and one step behind, to experiencing peace of mind and confidence that they are in complete control of their day.
While these results may seem out of reach for you right now, the strategies provided in this e-book are so grounded, so practical and so simple, EVERY busy professional can transform how they manage their time and their workday, no matter how much they currently have on their plate. And this is true for you too!
Is this e-book right for you?
Taskology Time Management allows you to break through the barriers that are stopping you from using your time most efficiently and effectively. It’s for busy executives and professionals who want to take charge of their time and therefore their productivity and progress.
Whether you’re a business owner, a C-level executive, or a motivated professional, the strategies and techniques shared in this e-book will work for you. And, once you learn these powerful, time management tools, you can use them for the rest of your professional career.
Remember, every decision you make, every belief you have, and every action you take involves TIME. So wouldn’t you agree it’s time to start protecting it and saving it from being lost?
Time is your MOST valuable and NON-renewable resource. Don’t let others steal it. Don’t give it away too fast. And don’t let it slip away quietly each day, never to return again.
My clients have experienced this transformation first hand.
Here’s what a few of them had to say…
Rob Bavar, Vice President
Bavar Properties Group, LLC
Elsa Maskell, CEO
EIS Group, Inc. | Distribution by Air
Brie Henry, Operations Manager
JM Schapiro, CEO
Continental Realty Corporation
Pat Isaac, CEO
Capital Services, Inc.
Mark Haraway, Vice President of Sales
Mike Mack, Sales and Service Expert, Business Consultant
Angelique Rewers, CEO
The Corporate Agent
Mike Goodhues, Chief Information Officer
Baltimore County Public Schools
Ben Abrams, President
Consolidated Scrap Resources, Inc.
Mary Anne Majerus-Lambert, Vice President, Advisor Sales Atlantic Division
Pax World Investments
So the only question that remains is:
Are you ready to give up the hide-and-seek game
for finding papers, files, e-documents and things in your office
…once and for all?
Are you ready to take control of your time and protect it
so you can experience more achievement, productivity and progress?