Very few individuals wouldn't wish for more hours in the day. Besides, we're all stuck in 24-hour days so it's rather futile to wish for more hours, isn't it? Well, if you go through Time Management In An Instant by Keith Bailey and Karen Leland, you will find you don't require more time in the day; you only need to use the time you've got in a more effective way. This very well-written book will reveal ways to do just that.
There is no shortage of time management guides. What makes Time Management In An Instant special different from the pack? The book, as you may noticed, has "instant" within its title. The authors are serious about that word, and did not use that flippantly. This book really provides you with ideas and insights into how to initiate effective time management strategies immediately.
One reason this book is very helpful is that the writers spent a tremendous amount of time diving into the reasons why people cannot manage their time on the job. Being overwhelmed is the prime reason many fail in managing their time effectively. What the book does is directly deal with this matter and then give practical tips that will help readers avoid things that typically make them feel overwhelmed. As soon as you are able to get a handle on the issue of being overwhelmed, you'll learn you gain far greater potential to get a better handle on your work day.
The advice in this book is extremely helpful because it comes in the form of taking modest incremental steps to reach individual minor goals. People feel overwhelmed and overloaded because they have so many big tasks staring at them and they have no idea where to begin. Once you read this book, you will have a much clearer insight into where you should start. Mainly, you'll be working on completing one small task after another, and by doing so you'll not feel so weighed down and you'll actually be able to get your total work volume down. The completion of smaller, focused, pinpointed tasks will significantly improve your ability to make your day more manageable, and this book will tell you exactly how to do so.
The authors have made sure the book is an easy read. It isn't weighed down in a great deal of jargon nor are the steps presented in the book convoluted. The authors have arranged the information in the book wonderfully. Because of this, the book is simple to follow along. Anybody who wants to develop effective time management skills probably would not want to have to go through page after page of really complicated text. Time Management In An Instant is a superb book. If you're trying to develop effective time management skills, you shouldn't be without this book.