Very few people today wouldn't wish for more hours in the day. Besides, we're all stuck in 24-hour days so it's pretty futile to wish for more hours, isn't it? In Time Management In An Instant, though, authors Karen Leland and Keith Bailey show you that you really don't need more time added to your day anyway. The secret's in using the time that you do have properly. The book can help you make this happen.
There are a large number of books that address the issue of time management, so what sets this one apart? As you probably observed in the title of the book, the word "instant" is used and it isn't used lightly. This book is full of ideas and insights regarding how you can manage your time successfully at the soonest possible time.
One reason this book is so helpful is that the writers put in a significant amount of time delving into the reasons why people cannot manage their time on the job. Being overwhelmed is the top reason many fail in managing their time efficiently. What the book does is directly tackle this matter and then give sensible tips that will help readers avoid things that typically make them feel overwhelmed. It becomes easier to manage your work day effectively once you can actually deal with the problem of feeling overwhelmed.
The advice in this book is very helpful because it comes in the form of taking small incremental steps to achieve individual small goals. People feel overwhelmed and overloaded simply because they have so many large tasks staring at them and they don't know how to start. Once you read this book, you will get a much clearer insight into where you need to start. Primarily, you're going to be concentrating on finishing one small task after another, and by doing so you will not feel so bogged down and you'll actually be able to get your total work volume down. When you complete small, targeted tasks, your ability to manage your day will be significantly improved.
The authors have made sure the book is an easy read. You aren't going to find jargon here. The steps supplied by the authors are really easy to follow. To put it simply, you won't find this book to be complicated. The organization of the material in the book is every bit as well put together and this ensures you will be able to follow along with the material presented in it. If your objective is to develop strong time management skills, it is likely you won't want to waste your time reading through convoluted text. This is one of the few books you need if you really wish to manage your time effectively.