Awhile back I noted that time management resources tend to fall into the categories of Home Helpers or Work Wonders. These are the Work Wonders. I’ve gained many nuggets of wisdom from a variety of books, and these are the ones I have found especially helpful. They are not in any particular order, and the subject I found them especially helpful for is in italics. This post includes affiliate links, which means that I receive a small commission at no additional cost to you if you click through and make a purchase. Check out the Daily PlanIt Shop for more resources. Thank you for your support!
Here we go:
“Getting Things Done” by David Allen (OK, you saw that one coming, didn’t you?!)-workflow chart, next actions, checklists
“Manage Your Time, Your Work, Your Self” by Merrill E. and Donna N. Douglass –task selection factors, changing habits
“Making Work Work” by Julie Morgenstern-setting priorities
“Time Management for the Creative Person” by Lee Silber – visual method for action steps, best times for errands, keeping goals visible
“Working Smart” by Michael LeBoeuf-organizational principles, projects
“Organized to be Your Best” by Susan Silver –organizing tools, systems, office & desk arrangement
“Organizing Your Home Business” by Lisa Kanarek-office arrangement, filing & tickler systems
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