Time Management Troubles?

Last week I asked about what your biggest problems where.
The answers were very diversified but here is the results:

Motivation – 28%
Focus – 26%
Procrastination – 21%
Stress – 13%
Setting goals – 6%
Productivity – 4%

For those of you who were interested in motivation I have started creating a ebook about motivation that I plan to give away for free to all RSS followers.
Stay tuned!

I have created a podcast on an exercise that can help you with your focus, but I plan on writing more about it in the future.

Procrastination, Stress and Productivity are 3 very important subjects that I will be writing a lot about in the future.
I am in the process of creating a product that will help you overcome these troubles.

Goal Setting is one of my favorite subjects and the book I just sent to my publisher is all about it. Hopefully it will be available this fall.

A few weeks ago I asked what you all wanted to read about the most.
The answer was Time Management.

To be able to help you out more I would love to hear more about what you need in that subject.
Since the subject is large there are many things we can look at.

What do you need most?

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  5. The Trick to Time Management; Living Out of Your Calender
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4 Responses to Time Management Troubles?

  1. Daniel,
    You are posting some very useful information. Keep up the good work.
    Riley

  2. Timo Kiander says:

    Daniel,

    Looking forward to read your e-book on motivation!

    This just reminds me that time management is all about managing yourself first. The rest of the action you take will reflect that change.

    • Daniel M. Wood says:

      Hey Timo,

      Thanks my friend.
      “This just reminds me that time management is all about managing yourself first. The rest of the action you take will reflect that change.”

      What a perfect way of putting it!

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