Choose one of these 100 ways to save time, and you could save 60 seconds (one minute) of busy time today. Then you'll save one minute tomorrow, one minute from the day after, and so on.
But wait! Sixty seconds doesn't seem like a lot of time. How much is 60 seconds really going to add up to? A lot, when you consider there are 365 days in the year.
Save an hour a day, and you'll buy yourself an extra two weeks at the end of the year, and then even if you get to the point where you use every single one of these 100 tips - and I'm not saying that you will use them all from the beginning - you'll master one or two, and you'll master another couple and another couple.
Save a minute 100 times every day, and you'll save over an hour and a half every day.
Guess how much that is? Not a week, two weeks, or even three weeks; that's 25 days, almost an entire month or 600 hours a year!
Time management and productivity expert Robert Plank will break down, in easy-to-follow, simple-to-duplicate, step-by-step instructions on:
Ten ways to save time before work
Ten ways to save time after work
Ten office skills to make yourself more productive
Ten ways to make your day job go by faster
Ten ways to use outsourcing to save a minute a day
Ten interruptions you can use to save a minute a day
Ten ways you can learn faster to save a minute a day
Ten ways you can use technology for you instead of against you
Ten ways to manage your email better
And finally 10 long-term habits to save 10 minutes a day
100 Time Savers will show you right away how to reclaim your life, do what makes you happy, and get more out of every single day with a few simple tweaks.
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Very practical advice for saving time in life
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