Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Master Your Time: Life Changing eBook and Free Gift

* This is a sponsored post. I received a free e-book in exchange for the write-up.

If you're anything like me, you know that finding balance between writing, taking care of home, and spending time with your family is the most daunting task that we're faced with.

Time Management is Important

We want to do it all. Sometimes we stress ourselves out to the max because we want to cook, clean, write, spend time with the family, grocery shop, and write some more. It's frustrating, isn't it?
You may have drawn up a "To-Do" list once or twice in your life, only to realize that none of it every really gets done. Why is that?

Because we're not managing our time properly. That's why.

Want to learn how to manage your time more effectively and possibly change your life in the process? Sign up to receive sneak peeks and updates about Michal Stawicki's ebook, "Master Your Time in 10 Minutes a Day." You'll also receive a free gift! The book officially launches on January 28, 2014.

The book officially launches on January 28, 2014, and if you catch it in the first FOUR days, you can receive your copy for free. Also, when you sign up, you will also receive a free PDF copy “A Personal Mission Statement: A Roadmap to Happiness,” which provides a powerful foundation to the time-management strategies in “Master Your Time in 10 Minutes a Day.”

Managing your time is critical to your productivity.
© Alan Crosthwaite
Maintaining balance between work and life is crucial, not only to your success, but also to your sanity--as many of us already know.

 

Master Your Time in 10 Minutes a Day

I was recently introduced to an e-book about time management, "Master Your Time in 10 Minutes a Day" and I truly believe that this book can change your life, especially if you're a parent who takes care of the home as well as works (whether at home or outside of the home).
Sign up to receive this e-book about time management.
After reading this e-book, I've walked away with a newfound sense of purpose. I've walked away with confidence that I can manage my time more efficiently. I've walked away knowing that I can change my life, all because I've learned to prioritize, rearrange daily tasks, and block time not make time.

Are you managing your time efficiently?

Now, before you think, "Oh, well, I already manage my time just fine," ask yourself the following questions:
  • Do you feel stressed out during the day?
  • Do you find it hard to find the time to do what needs to be done?
  • Is your willpower suffering?
  • Are you sacrificing time with your family so that you can work?
If you've answered yes to any of the questions above, then you're time management skills are not efficient. You could be doing better. You could be spending more time with your family and have a more productive workload.

This e-book not only covers basic time management skills, but it is incredibly detailed and even has a list of ways for you to take action to better manage your time, and to find and maintain that balance between work and life.

If you're unmotivated, you need this book.

If you have trouble deciding which tasks are important and which are less important, you need this book.

If you're not a very good multi-tasker, you need this book.

I'm serious when I say that this book helps you to organize and plan every area of your life to get the most out of your day. It teaches you to prioritize, to complete tasks, to increase your willpower, and yes, this includes your hobbies as well.

The examples given are ones that you, as a parent and a hard worker, can relate to.

The book officially launches on January 28, 2014, and if you catch it in the first FOUR days, you can receive your copy for free. Also, when you sign up, you will also receive a free PDF copy “A Personal Mission Statement: A Roadmap to Happiness."


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