Thank You For All The Great Responses

Hello Everyone,

I want to thank everyone who has helped answer the question
“Why do you think Time Management is important?”
when I asked last Friday.
As I promised the best answer will get my new Time Management Course free of charge (Value 98 USD).

I will be choosing the winner later this week or early next depending on for how long the responses keep coming.
If you haven’t had the chance to reply yet just answer the question “Why do you think Time Management is important?” in the comment are of Fridays Post you can do it now :)

Thank you all again.
I’ll be coming out with new updates about the course shortly.

To enter the competition to get The Time Management Expert Course for free, go to this post:
A Quick Question About Time Management
and enter your reply in the comment area.

Good luck!

                                                                                                                          

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4 Responses to Thank You For All The Great Responses

  1. Fred Tracy says:

    Sweet! That’s really cool of you to do. It sounds like an impressive program too.

    One of the coolest time management ideas I heard of was from the seven habits of highly effective people. It involved organizing your goals and time spent around a weekly achievement schedule, as opposed to daily lists or anything like that.

    Have you heard of that one? What do you think of weekly versus daily scheduling?

    • Daniel M. Wood says:

      Hi Fred,

      Great advice Fred.
      I have read the 7 habits as well.
      I use a weekly plan, monthly plan and yearly plan and have that feed into a calendar which then is prioritized as a daily list among other tools ;)

      The idea was given to me by Stephen Covey as well, he has made som incredible insights!

  2. Daniel M. Wood says:

    haha, it is an easy system but it looks all cool and complicated when I write it out like that ;)

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