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Organization Tips That Add More Hours To Your Day
  By: Diane Hughes
One of the most common complaints that small business owners have is lack of time. What most don't realize, however is that their lack of time stems from a lack of organization. But with a few simple tips - that you can implement immediately - you can literally add hours to your day.

Prioritizing Power
  By: Dr. Donald E. Wetmore
Prioritizing Power is a tool to help us to get over to the Crucial side of our daily ledger

Prioritizing Your Life is a Continual Process!
  By: Dr. Susan C. Rempel
The secret to motivating others is building a solid foundation in your own life.

So Your Day is a Waste of Time?
  By: Gary Lockwood
The purpose of this report is to identify America's Top 10 Time-Wasters. Most of us would prefer to get more done. By paying attention to your time wasters, you just may "find" an extra four to five hours per week to enjoy the things most important to you.

Some Additional Time Savers
  By: Dr. Donald E. Wetmore
If you can recapture a wasted hour here and there and redirect it to a more productive use, you can make great increases in your daily productivity and the quality of your life.

Some Time Savers
  By: Dr. Donald E. Wetmore
If you can recapture a wasted hour here and there and redirect it to a more productive use, you can make great increases in your daily productivity.

Staying Organized in These Chaotic Times
  By: Ron Sathoff
Here are just a few simple pointers on how to be more organized as you try to run your business.

Stop Wasting Time
  By: Dr. Donald E. Wetmore
To help you to increase your productivity each and every day, both on and off the job, here are five easy tips to overcome the major time wasters to help you to stop wasting time.

The Big Hole in Your Day
  By: Dr. Donald E. Wetmore
Most people lose about 3 hours per day or 15 hours per week in a Black Hole that sucks away and consumes better than a third of the quantity of time we have available to be productive in our work.

The Paper Blizzard
  By: Dr. Donald E. Wetmore
A lot of the flow of paper to you can be eliminated by getting off memo distribution lists, mailing lists, and the like.

The Product of Your Performance
  By: Dr. Donald E. Wetmore
Your personal productivity cannot be measured simply by what you are doing. If what you are doing is not getting you to where you want to go your time is not being spent productively. Rather, personal productivity is measured by what is produced from that performance, the product of your performance.

The Tyranny of the Urgent Can Cause Priority Overload
  By: Jim Clemmer
The tyranny of the urgent lies in its distortion of priorities. So we've got to choose -- from all our long-range options, alternatives, and possibilities -- to establish short-term goals and priorities.

Time Management Horse Sense
  By: Dr. Donald E. Wetmore
To get twice as much in life, in any of our many dimensions, health, family, financial, intellectual, professional, social, and spiritual, we do not have to double our effort and input. We only need to get a nose ahead of where we are now to realize significant increases in our results.

Why Time Management Seminars Donít Work Ė And What Does
  By: Susan Dunn
Time Management Seminars donít work, and hereís why: They are treating the symptom and not the cause.


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