Have you seen this ebook? For those of us who are trying to make the best use of our time (um…would that be all of us?), Tell Your Time has some great, easy to accomplish techniques. The first version was released last fall and garnered great reviews all over the blogging world. Why?
- It’s a short read at 30 pages (important if you have time management issues!)
- It has do-able tips and techniques
- It’s more than just forms to use- it really helps you prioritize and set goals (though the forms are easy and helpful!)
- It’s written by Amy Lynn Andrews (who runs one of my favorite sites, Blogging With Amy), in a friendly, approachable style
I do try to schedule my days (remember when I shared my schedule?), but I’m always looking for ways to modify and make better use of my time. Amy’s book helped me refine my schedule to reflect where I want to be and where I want to go. She really shares the “big picture” of why scheduling is not only important, but even freeing (even for free spirits!). And I love how she encourages time for dreaming of big goals like travel and large projects.
The new Tell Your Time has been rewritten and professionally edited while still keeping the same great content. I especially love that it’s now available in not only a PDF format, but also a Kindle format (and I believe she’s working on a Nook format as well) so that we can read it directly from anywhere we’d like.
And the best part? The new price- it’s only $3.99!
I think it’ll be the best four bucks you’ve spent in a long time- it will revolutionize the way you think about spending the one thing we have complete control over: our time.
Download the book here and see if you don’t agree with me!
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