Free guides on time management are now available

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Happy New Year! It’s been a hectic holiday season, so I’m excited to jump into 2023 and get into some kind of routine (knock on wood).

I have been developing my website the past few months so that the main homepage now emphasizes time management tips, though I continue to discuss random topics on my blog

A few years ago, I self-published an e-book on time management tips, but I wasn’t happy with it, so I worked on a different approach emphasizing small steps and flexible strategies. When I had a revision I liked, the pandemic hit, and I didn’t feel good about trying to sell anything just then, so I pulled the book.

It took some time to figure out what, if anything, I would do with the revised content. In the interim, I used some sections as part of an online time management class I taught at Appalachian State University. Finally, I realized I’d rather just share the ideas as free content on my website, so I then created two short PDF booklets that is now available for anyone to download or print.

The first is called Just Start: A quick guide to setting up a time management system, which covers the basics of what might help in starting or re-starting your own approach to managing time. The second is called Follow Through: A quick guide to following through on your goals. This one unpacks a few strategies that may help with actually doing what you meant to do, at least more often if not all the time (because we aren’t robots).

Most of my favorite time management tips are in these two guides, so if you’re interested, you might look at them. Feel free to share them with anyone who might benefit. Here’s the link one more time:

I wish you all the best for a productive and rewarding 2023!

Published by camaduke

Reader. Writer. I love to read and write. A bit of a time management nerd.

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