Do you get to the end of each day and wonder where the time went? Do you start out each day with a list of things you need to get done and are only halfway through it by bedtime? Have you ever wished there were more hours in the day? If so, you aren’t alone. Many people will confess that there are too many chores left undone at the end of the day. 7 minutes from now however, you will have the tools you need to become one of the people who is more in control of the time they have at their disposal. Time is a fixed commodity. There’s nothing different about time now than there was a generation back. What is different is what we choose to do with it. There are still 60 minutes in an hour, but how many of those 60 minutes do you use productively, and how many of them just disappear in an unknown void because of distractions or lack of focus? “7 Minute Reads: Time – You don’t get it back” isn’t just about productivity. It’s about learning the importance of time. Of accepting that it’s a limited daily commodity and should be treated like such, rather than allowing meaningless activities use it up. Reading this quick guide will make you more aware of how you choose to use your time, and help you identify the choices you make that take up precious minutes that would have been more effectively spent on something else. Time is a limited daily resource. Read this book to discover more about how to make better use of what time you have by keeping a tighter control over how you use it.
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