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. Shop for more of my favorite books and products at the Daily PlanIt Amazon Store, and my digital products for sale at Sellfy. 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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