The Value of Time: Mastering Time Management for a More Productive Day

The Value of Time: Mastering Time Management for a More Productive Day

by Roxana Guy

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Overview

We are only given so many hours in a day and a lifetime, but it's amazing everything we can accomplish in so little time. Each and everyday, we are always looking for ways to cram more time into our daily lives. But, as humans, there is only so much that can be done.

Time management just means exactly how we use our time. It could be working, reading, goofing off, etc. But what if you learned to use what time that you have to do exactly what you want? If you're tired of the daily rush and struggles, and you're looking for a better way, this book is a short guide to what steps you can take now to make tomorrow more productive.

Imagine understanding your priorities and what you truly value in your everyday life. What could you accomplish with that kind of time? This book isn't about saving you time. It's about creating time minimizing the things that don't matter in life and increasing your awareness of what's truly important.

In this book, you will learn:

- How to manage your time more efficiently
- Find time you didn't already know you had
- Create clear and definitive goals to do exactly what you want
- Make people value your time
- Let go of unnecessary things that are wasting your time

Give yourself the opportunity to be living the life you really want. Reclaim what time you have left to achieve those goals and make those memories. As you read this book, allow yourself to be transformed. Give yourself permission to live a better life with the time management skills in this book.

Make each day better than the last. You deserve to live the life you want now!

Product Details

BN ID: 2940162050933
Publisher: Roxana Guy
Publication date: 06/10/2018
Series: Time Management And Getting Your Life Back , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 180 KB

About the Author

I am Roxana Guy, the owner of Just Add That. I have known my entire life that I want to help people. The idea of sharing a sandwich with a random homeless person and having real conversation is the kind of things I live to do. But Just Add That isn't about the homeless or random charities. While I love to donate a portion of my cause to many charities and ministries, I created Just Add That because I knew there was more that had to be done.

I have loved reading, writing, and researching my entire life, too. I am the kind of person that if there is a problem, I am certain I will find a solution. Just Add That was a business dream I started 2 years ago. My goal was to teach others how to coupon and stretch that last dollar! As I began writing, I realized that couponing was nice and everything, but I wasn't generating a single dime. I spent 18 months researching and learning every way I could possibly make any money blogging. The more I researched, the more I realized that it wasn't the couponing I loved. It was blogging!

Friends and family started reaching out to me with their problems. Some were related to divorce. Some were money and business. But the more I talked with people, the more I knew I loved teach others. I began networking even more. Networking gave me the opportunity to keep learning more and reaching out to more people. The more I learned, the more I wanted to share with others!

I have a podcast called Just Add Chat, and I had several individuals reach out to me about one of my episodes discussing time management. The more we talked, the more I felt that I was ready to write a book to share with my audience.

Why do I want to help?

Blogging is easier for some people. And some people were born just knowing how businesses are run. But for others, like me, it doesn't come natural. With business, you have to work hard each and everyday. Over the years, I have learned it's easy to drown in your own self doubt. It's the worst feeling in the world. To be honest, I don't want another person to feel like that. I know what it's like to have a site and a dream and no one takes you seriously. The hardest part about blogging is that often times, you find that you are all alone.

I wanted Just Add That to be different. I wanted to write books that really help others. When people come to my site or read my book, my goal is that they find the resources they're looking for and the community support they need.

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