Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Planning and Time Management

I am have been wanting to share more details with you all about how I think through my scheduling and attempts at time management.  It's not the easiest thing for me to write about since my process has evolved slowly over the years, and all sorts of background starts to spill onto the page whenever I sit down to type.

So there.  You have the main reason I haven't published a post about my process.  But I have some great news!  Amy Lynn Andrews has just released her e-book Tell Your Time, and I've had a chance to read through it.  Her process is very similar to mine, but her explanation is a million times more clear than mine ever would be.

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Because of that, I definitely recommend her e-book to anyone who is looking for a time management plan that will help you to assess your goals, needs, and make planning simple.  Tell Your Time is all of these things, and I love that Amy leaves lots of room for you to customize the plan for your life.

The best news of all is that, right now, Tell Your Time is on sale for just $7.  The regular price will be $12, and I'm not sure how long the sale will last.

If you think you might be interested, you can view the table of contents before purchasing.  I have read a lot of different books, articles, and blogs about scheduling and organizing, and all that good stuff, but I really do think that Amy has hit on one of the simplest and most straightforward methods of creating a schedule that works for you.

This post contains affiliate links.  That means that if you click on one of those little linkies for Amy's book, and you buy yourself a copy, then I will earn a little bit from your purchase.  BUT, I must say that I would wholeheartedly recommend Tell Your Time even if I couldn't earn a cent from it because I think it's worth way more than the full price of $12.  That's my honest opinion.

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