Time Management 2.0 15 secrets on getting things done

tm2 cover15I have just finished reading my Kindle edition of ‘Time Management 2.0: 15 Secrets of a Self-Made Millionaire for Getting Things Done’ by Hank Reardon, a New York Times, Wall Street Journal and USA Today bestselling author who built and sold several multimillion dollar businesses.

It is a short, sharp and practical read with some great practical advice on time management, much of which I endorse.

My blog is name-checked in the book, which is encouraging, but beyond Hank and I knowing of each other’s work I have no commercial interest in the success of the publication. I do think it is worth a £0.77 Kindle (non affiliate) download though

Hank Reardon is a pen name, by the way. The author has developed a powerful niche in another business area and wants to keep his time management writing separate from his main writing focus.

7 special things I like in the book:-

There’s 3 secrets to success – Social Capital, goal setting and time management – in that order (tweet this)

Time is the most important thing in our life; we should be able to feel it slipping away.

The Calendar trumps the ToDo List every time – schedule your priorities!

Always carry a note taking device – whether a notebook, a phone or a tablet. Make notes on the run and have a follow-up process (I love Evernote for this)

A whole pile of ways to say ‘NO’ nicely!

5 great procrastination busting suggestions

Put a monetary value on an hour of your time based on your ideal earnings, not your current earnings (tweet this)

It is worth a great deal more than the 77 pence cost. Non Affiliate Amazon link

Till next time, onwards and upwards

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