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This book is The Ultimate Productivity Organization Guide. Its aim is to bring the user to the understanding of time and its management therefore helping them effectively manage their time to increase their daily productivity. It is focussed on helping you as the reader organize your day and manage your time. It will enable the readers understand the areas they go wrong when it comes to using their time. It will further show the reader the various home and work processes and conditions that make it impossible for them to manage their time therefore giving them ideas on how they can declutter their offices and homes which eventually paves way for a smoother day with enough time for every important thing that needs to be done. The book will provide valuable tips on how they can keep track of their time, prioritize to-do things and manage to perform them with ease and satisfactorily. The book is going to cover the following time management topics:-

Organize your home, Organize your day The Month-Down-To-Day Plan Organizing a Particular Day Prioritize, Sort, execute; 23 Time Management Tips Three effective steps that get things done on time
Published: Amazing Publisher on
ISBN: 9781386483045
List price: $4.95
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