Who It’s For
Anyone that could benefit from a little more time. Those who will benefit the most are those who work from home have a hard time getting started, procrastinate, attempt too much, multitask, don't plan, lack structure, need structure, and easily distracted.
Bottom line: “I’m just like everybody else. I struggle with time, technology, decision making, parenting, communicating with my partner, and balancing work-life. Yes, I get stressed, anxious, and have had my share of overwhelm and burnout over the years. When I have those kinds of days, they are directly linked to one thing—my lack of planning, focus, and execution.”
Author of Attack Your Day, 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. He was Day-Timer’s time management expert, and was known as “Father Time.” When I met the executive team 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, but time itself hasn’t. We still use the same calendar and the same clock, but the times we live in have changed. We are wired 24-7 trying to jam an unrealistic number of activities into our day. In the end we wonder where the time went. If you are tired, busy, or burned out, join me and together and we’ll solve your big time dilemma.