Most likely, if you’re interested in achieving time management, you’re not interested in spending a lot of your precious time reading about it. English author Frances Kay understands this and she knows her audience. Her succinct, practical guide offers tips and suggestions in such a way that you can open it to any page and glean valuable advice at a glance. Kay digs deeply into building time management skills in the office, though she glosses over time management outside the workplace. Although the book contains very few groundbreaking ideas, it does contain several "kickstart tips" that are very much like proverbs. And like proverbs, they should be taken to heart - they’ll help you improve your time use. If you feel as if you’ve lost control of the minutes in your day, getAbstract.com assures you that you can begin the process of taking them back by picking up this book.
In this summary, you will learn
- How to set priorities at home and in the office;
- How to make the most of your time; and
- How to identify hindrances to effective time management.
About the Author
Frances Kay is founder and president of a business solutions consultant firm called Acumen2. As a professional organizer and author, she lectures on organization skills and on issues facing women in the workplace. She lives in Gloucestershire, England.
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