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A Ridiculously Easy Approach To Time

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Avoid being overwhelmed, deal with interruptions and enjoy life.


Today, tools, information, and resources are abundant, all designed to save time, improve productivity, and balance our lives. Yet, we still find ourselves in a constant cycle of overwhelm, stress, and frustration.

The real problem is not time itself, but rather our perception of time. We underestimate the value and impact of time on our lives and those around us. We dismiss time as though we have an infinite amount.

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In this book you will learn, fast, flexible, and easy solutions to navigate time.

Three Gifts

Each day we are given three incredible gifts. The gift of time, without which activities cannot be executed. The gift of personal energy, essential for doing activities. The gift of choice, to determine what activities we will do.

Five Skills

To maximize these amazing daily gifts, the following skills must be implemented. Choosing, tracking, arranging, flexicuting, and the skill of focus. These skills will help you stress less, avoid overwhelm, and deal with interruptions.

Productivity Tips

The remainder of the book is 101 quick productivity tips for fast, useful, and practical applications. Use these tips to tackle your daily productivity struggles and to improve the overall quality of both your work and your personal life.

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A thought leader on time. I have been talking about time since 2002, that’s when I joined the family business. Back then, Trapper and I worked exclusively with Day-Timer, the original paper planner made famous in the 1980s.

Trapper was Day-Timer’s time management expert, as was known as “Father Time.” When I met the executive team for the first time in the boardroom, one of them said, ” you must be “son of time?” We all laughed, and the nickname stuck.

Fast forward nearly 20 years; times have changed. Not that time itself has changed; it hasn’t. We still use the same calendar and the same clock, but the times we live in have changed. We’ve become compressors of life trying to jam an unrealistic number of activities into our daily allotment of minutes. I call it the great time dilemma. I help people solve their time dilemma.

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Trapper (1935-2010) enjoyed a career that spanned more than 40 years in the retail and service industry. In 1986 he joined Dr. Charles R. Hobbs to be one of his Time Power seminar facilitators. Soon after, Hobbs sold his company to Day-Timer, where he solidified his interest in the subject of time. Through the Day-Timer connection, he traveled 2.5 Million miles working with 350 corporations and organizations.

He was a professional member of the National Speakers Association (NSA), recipient of the Certified Speaking Professional (CSP) designation, the speaking industry’s international measure of professional platform skills.

*I was five years old in this picture with Trapper.  That was back when we had nothing but time.