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Time management : proven techniques for making every minute count, Richard Walsh

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Time management : proven techniques for making every minute count
Title
Time management
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proven techniques for making every minute count
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Richard Walsh
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Proven techniques for making every minute count
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Language
eng
Summary
Time management : proven techniques for making every minute count -- Set priorities, schedule for maximum productivity, avoid time-wasters and critical skills for your business
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Walsh, Richard
Dewey number
650.11
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non fiction
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Time management
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adult
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Time management : proven techniques for making every minute count, Richard Walsh
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Contents
  • 8
  • Why You'll Never Be Able to "Find" Time
  • 89
  • Chapter 10
  • Ways to Avoid Time Traps
  • 91
  • One-on-One Meeting
  • 93
  • What's Wrong with "Buzz Off"?
  • 94
  • What about That Old Standby, "No"?
  • We Have Seen the Enemy, and It Is Us
  • 95
  • Golden Rule Applied to Three Little Words
  • 95
  • Group Meeting
  • 96
  • Maximize Your Meeting Productivity
  • 97
  • Chapter 11
  • Seven Time Management Tips for Managers
  • 101
  • 9
  • 1
  • Never Waste Their Time
  • 103
  • 2
  • Make Sure the Time Savers Are Really Saving Time
  • 103
  • 3
  • Separate the Important from the Merely Urgent for Your Staff
  • 104
  • 4
  • Just What Is Time, Anyway?
  • Tell Them Why
  • 105
  • 5
  • Allow Them Enough Time for the Task
  • 105
  • 6
  • Encourage Them to Do One Thing Well-at a Time
  • 106
  • 7
  • Have Productive Staff Meetings
  • 10
  • 106
  • Chapter 12
  • Learning to Say "No"
  • 109
  • Why We May Have Trouble Saying "No"
  • 111
  • Why All That "Yes" Sneaks Up on You
  • 113
  • How Many Jobs Do You Have?
  • 114
  • Chapter 2
  • A Qualitative Method for Computing the Cost of Your Commitments
  • 114
  • Another Subjective Method for Trimming the Activity List
  • 116
  • "Something's Got to Give" Theory
  • 117
  • Heartless or Practical?
  • 118
  • How to Say "No"
  • 119
  • Are You Really as Busy as You Think?
  • Chapter 13
  • Communications
  • 121
  • Tips for Writing It Right-and Fast-the First Time
  • 123
  • A Cautionary Note about Editing
  • 127
  • A Few Cautions About Instant Writing
  • 128
  • Chapter 14
  • 13
  • How to Control Paper Flow
  • 131
  • 10 Ways to Reduce, Control, and Eliminate Paper
  • 133
  • Chapter 15
  • Turn Downtime into Productive Time
  • 139
  • Why Don't Adults Get Bored?
  • 141
  • Wrong Way to Do Away with Waiting
  • How We're Really Spending Our Time
  • 143
  • One Way to Eliminate Some of the Waiting
  • 144
  • Make the Wait Matter Less
  • 144
  • You'll Always Have to Wait
  • 144
  • How to Use the Wait Time: Three Steps That Will Make You More Productive and Less Stressed
  • 145
  • Results of Turning the Wait into a Rest
  • 15
  • 148
  • Chapter 16
  • Procrastination
  • 149
  • Six Reasons Why We Procrastinate and Six Strategies to Put Off Putting Off
  • 151
  • Magic Bullet for Procrastination
  • 158
  • Chapter 17
  • Time Management for Students
  • Chapter 1
  • Super-Size My Day
  • 159
  • Principles of Time Management for Students
  • 161
  • Chapter 18
  • Time Management for Project Management
  • 165
  • Where to Start
  • 167
  • Building a Project Framework
  • 169
  • 16
  • Task Allocation
  • 170
  • Time Estimating
  • 170
  • Managing the Project
  • 171
  • Quality Control
  • 172
  • Chapter 19
  • Time Management Software?
  • Logging Your Time
  • 173
  • Future Is Here
  • 176
  • Project Management Software
  • 177
  • Information Capture, Sharing, and Development Software
  • 178
  • Collaboration Software
  • 179
  • Personal Organization Software and To-Do List Managers
  • 18
  • 179
  • Chapter 20
  • Just Don't Do It!
  • 181
  • How to Eliminate Unnecessary Steps
  • 183
  • Two More Forms of Unnecessary Work-Busy Work and Work Avoidance Work
  • 184
  • "Not-To-Do" List and the "Let Others Do It" List
  • 185
  • Chapter 3
  • Delegating, Swapping, and Letting Go
  • 186
  • Do It Now, Do It Later, or Do It Never
  • 188
  • Peeling Off the Layers of Perfection: The "Good Enough" Tenet of Time Management
  • 189
  • Chapter 21
  • Whose Drum Do You March To?
  • 191
  • Learn to Keep Time to Your Own Rhythms
  • Busy or Productive?
  • 193
  • What Would You Do if You Could Do Whatever You Wanted To?
  • 194
  • So, What Can You Do about It?
  • 195
  • How to Find Your Rhythm
  • 196
  • Chapter 22
  • Are You Getting Enough Sleep?
  • 201
  • 23
  • How Much Sleep Is Enough, Anyway?
  • 203
  • "Normal" Sleep Cycle
  • 205
  • So, What Should You Do about Sleeping?
  • 207
  • Six Steps for Getting a Good Night's Sleep
  • 208
  • If Sleeplessness Persists
  • 210
  • Need for Busywork
  • Is It a Problem or Just a Pattern?
  • 211
  • Chapter 23
  • War on Stress
  • 213
  • Parable of the Mice in the Refrigerator
  • 217
  • Fun Stuff Is Also Stressful
  • 217
  • Bozo Factor
  • 25
  • 218
  • Stress Happens
  • 220
  • Being Blessedly Stressed
  • 220
  • Three Great Lies of Our Age
  • 221
  • Fundamental Truth about Stress
  • 222
  • How You Can Reduce Your Stress Levels
  • Are You Guilty?
  • 223
  • Chapter 24
  • Don't Let Worry Rob You of Time and Energy
  • 229
  • Three Ways to Worry
  • 231
  • Measuring the Worth of Worry
  • 232
  • Ten Ways to Get Rid of Your Worries
  • 232
  • Is Time Out of Control?
  • 28
  • Five Faces of Worry
  • 237
  • What to Do When It's More Than Worry
  • 239
  • Chapter 25
  • Make Time to Think
  • 241
  • Why You Shut Yourself Off from Your Good Ideas
  • 243
  • Welcoming the Ah-Ha!
  • Avoiding Busywork
  • 244
  • Creating the Ah-Ha on Demand
  • 245
  • New Age? Nonsense
  • 250
  • Chapter 26
  • Create a Values-Based Time Management Plan
  • 251
  • Does the Way You Spend Your Time Truly Reflect Your Values?
  • 254
  • 29
  • Are You Mistaken about Your Priorities?
  • 255
  • Why Aren't You Spending Time on the Important Stuff?
  • 256
  • Live a Values-Centered Life
  • 258
  • Chapter 4
  • Can You Really Manage Time?
  • 31
  • Can You Change?
  • 33
  • Just What Can You Do about the Time Crunch?
  • 34
  • 1
  • Limits to the Traditional Time Management Approach
  • 35
  • So That's Where the Time Really Goes!
  • 37
  • Some Initial Changes to Get Control of Your Time
  • 38
  • Chapter 5
  • Use the To-Do List Effectively
  • 39
  • To-Do List from Hell
  • Riding the Adrenaline High
  • 42
  • Day as You Really Live It
  • 43
  • Suggestions for Creating a Healthy To-Do List
  • 44
  • Jump-Start Each Work Session
  • 55
  • Eight Ways to Get a Fast Start
  • 55
  • Chapter 7
  • 6
  • Is Your Life a Constant Come-from-Behind Rally?
  • 61
  • Call a Time Out
  • 64
  • Taking Mini-Vacations Every Day
  • 64
  • Seven Ways to Go on Vacation Without Leaving Your Desk
  • 64
  • Why the Two-Minute Break Works
  • 67
  • Simple Symptoms and Scary Consequences of Hurry Sickness
  • Free 21-Day Satisfaction-Guaranteed Tension Trial
  • 68
  • Chapter 8
  • Get Organized
  • 69
  • Recognize the Reality
  • 72
  • Capture the Tasks
  • 73
  • Define
  • 7
  • 74
  • Prioritize
  • 75
  • Schedule
  • 77
  • Evaluation
  • 80
  • Chapter 9
  • Is It Really Important-or Merely Urgent?
  • 81
  • Reports of the "Death of Work" Premature
  • Dilemma of the Ringing Telephone
  • 84
  • Is It Important or Merely Urgent?
  • 86
  • Secret of Time Management Revealed: Why We Waste Time on Trivia and Don't Spend Enough Time on Essentials
  • 87
  • Asking the "Want To/Have To" Question
  • 88
  • Knowing When Time Isn't Really the Problem
  • 89
Control code
ocn226281249
Dimensions
22 cm
Edition
Second edition.
Extent
x, 262 pages ;
Isbn
9781598697650
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
650.11 W168 2ND ; P ; XX-N ; C0807BT5 (CR).
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 226281249
  • (Sirsi) 226281249
  • (OCoLC)226281249
Label
Time management : proven techniques for making every minute count, Richard Walsh
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 8
  • Why You'll Never Be Able to "Find" Time
  • 89
  • Chapter 10
  • Ways to Avoid Time Traps
  • 91
  • One-on-One Meeting
  • 93
  • What's Wrong with "Buzz Off"?
  • 94
  • What about That Old Standby, "No"?
  • We Have Seen the Enemy, and It Is Us
  • 95
  • Golden Rule Applied to Three Little Words
  • 95
  • Group Meeting
  • 96
  • Maximize Your Meeting Productivity
  • 97
  • Chapter 11
  • Seven Time Management Tips for Managers
  • 101
  • 9
  • 1
  • Never Waste Their Time
  • 103
  • 2
  • Make Sure the Time Savers Are Really Saving Time
  • 103
  • 3
  • Separate the Important from the Merely Urgent for Your Staff
  • 104
  • 4
  • Just What Is Time, Anyway?
  • Tell Them Why
  • 105
  • 5
  • Allow Them Enough Time for the Task
  • 105
  • 6
  • Encourage Them to Do One Thing Well-at a Time
  • 106
  • 7
  • Have Productive Staff Meetings
  • 10
  • 106
  • Chapter 12
  • Learning to Say "No"
  • 109
  • Why We May Have Trouble Saying "No"
  • 111
  • Why All That "Yes" Sneaks Up on You
  • 113
  • How Many Jobs Do You Have?
  • 114
  • Chapter 2
  • A Qualitative Method for Computing the Cost of Your Commitments
  • 114
  • Another Subjective Method for Trimming the Activity List
  • 116
  • "Something's Got to Give" Theory
  • 117
  • Heartless or Practical?
  • 118
  • How to Say "No"
  • 119
  • Are You Really as Busy as You Think?
  • Chapter 13
  • Communications
  • 121
  • Tips for Writing It Right-and Fast-the First Time
  • 123
  • A Cautionary Note about Editing
  • 127
  • A Few Cautions About Instant Writing
  • 128
  • Chapter 14
  • 13
  • How to Control Paper Flow
  • 131
  • 10 Ways to Reduce, Control, and Eliminate Paper
  • 133
  • Chapter 15
  • Turn Downtime into Productive Time
  • 139
  • Why Don't Adults Get Bored?
  • 141
  • Wrong Way to Do Away with Waiting
  • How We're Really Spending Our Time
  • 143
  • One Way to Eliminate Some of the Waiting
  • 144
  • Make the Wait Matter Less
  • 144
  • You'll Always Have to Wait
  • 144
  • How to Use the Wait Time: Three Steps That Will Make You More Productive and Less Stressed
  • 145
  • Results of Turning the Wait into a Rest
  • 15
  • 148
  • Chapter 16
  • Procrastination
  • 149
  • Six Reasons Why We Procrastinate and Six Strategies to Put Off Putting Off
  • 151
  • Magic Bullet for Procrastination
  • 158
  • Chapter 17
  • Time Management for Students
  • Chapter 1
  • Super-Size My Day
  • 159
  • Principles of Time Management for Students
  • 161
  • Chapter 18
  • Time Management for Project Management
  • 165
  • Where to Start
  • 167
  • Building a Project Framework
  • 169
  • 16
  • Task Allocation
  • 170
  • Time Estimating
  • 170
  • Managing the Project
  • 171
  • Quality Control
  • 172
  • Chapter 19
  • Time Management Software?
  • Logging Your Time
  • 173
  • Future Is Here
  • 176
  • Project Management Software
  • 177
  • Information Capture, Sharing, and Development Software
  • 178
  • Collaboration Software
  • 179
  • Personal Organization Software and To-Do List Managers
  • 18
  • 179
  • Chapter 20
  • Just Don't Do It!
  • 181
  • How to Eliminate Unnecessary Steps
  • 183
  • Two More Forms of Unnecessary Work-Busy Work and Work Avoidance Work
  • 184
  • "Not-To-Do" List and the "Let Others Do It" List
  • 185
  • Chapter 3
  • Delegating, Swapping, and Letting Go
  • 186
  • Do It Now, Do It Later, or Do It Never
  • 188
  • Peeling Off the Layers of Perfection: The "Good Enough" Tenet of Time Management
  • 189
  • Chapter 21
  • Whose Drum Do You March To?
  • 191
  • Learn to Keep Time to Your Own Rhythms
  • Busy or Productive?
  • 193
  • What Would You Do if You Could Do Whatever You Wanted To?
  • 194
  • So, What Can You Do about It?
  • 195
  • How to Find Your Rhythm
  • 196
  • Chapter 22
  • Are You Getting Enough Sleep?
  • 201
  • 23
  • How Much Sleep Is Enough, Anyway?
  • 203
  • "Normal" Sleep Cycle
  • 205
  • So, What Should You Do about Sleeping?
  • 207
  • Six Steps for Getting a Good Night's Sleep
  • 208
  • If Sleeplessness Persists
  • 210
  • Need for Busywork
  • Is It a Problem or Just a Pattern?
  • 211
  • Chapter 23
  • War on Stress
  • 213
  • Parable of the Mice in the Refrigerator
  • 217
  • Fun Stuff Is Also Stressful
  • 217
  • Bozo Factor
  • 25
  • 218
  • Stress Happens
  • 220
  • Being Blessedly Stressed
  • 220
  • Three Great Lies of Our Age
  • 221
  • Fundamental Truth about Stress
  • 222
  • How You Can Reduce Your Stress Levels
  • Are You Guilty?
  • 223
  • Chapter 24
  • Don't Let Worry Rob You of Time and Energy
  • 229
  • Three Ways to Worry
  • 231
  • Measuring the Worth of Worry
  • 232
  • Ten Ways to Get Rid of Your Worries
  • 232
  • Is Time Out of Control?
  • 28
  • Five Faces of Worry
  • 237
  • What to Do When It's More Than Worry
  • 239
  • Chapter 25
  • Make Time to Think
  • 241
  • Why You Shut Yourself Off from Your Good Ideas
  • 243
  • Welcoming the Ah-Ha!
  • Avoiding Busywork
  • 244
  • Creating the Ah-Ha on Demand
  • 245
  • New Age? Nonsense
  • 250
  • Chapter 26
  • Create a Values-Based Time Management Plan
  • 251
  • Does the Way You Spend Your Time Truly Reflect Your Values?
  • 254
  • 29
  • Are You Mistaken about Your Priorities?
  • 255
  • Why Aren't You Spending Time on the Important Stuff?
  • 256
  • Live a Values-Centered Life
  • 258
  • Chapter 4
  • Can You Really Manage Time?
  • 31
  • Can You Change?
  • 33
  • Just What Can You Do about the Time Crunch?
  • 34
  • 1
  • Limits to the Traditional Time Management Approach
  • 35
  • So That's Where the Time Really Goes!
  • 37
  • Some Initial Changes to Get Control of Your Time
  • 38
  • Chapter 5
  • Use the To-Do List Effectively
  • 39
  • To-Do List from Hell
  • Riding the Adrenaline High
  • 42
  • Day as You Really Live It
  • 43
  • Suggestions for Creating a Healthy To-Do List
  • 44
  • Jump-Start Each Work Session
  • 55
  • Eight Ways to Get a Fast Start
  • 55
  • Chapter 7
  • 6
  • Is Your Life a Constant Come-from-Behind Rally?
  • 61
  • Call a Time Out
  • 64
  • Taking Mini-Vacations Every Day
  • 64
  • Seven Ways to Go on Vacation Without Leaving Your Desk
  • 64
  • Why the Two-Minute Break Works
  • 67
  • Simple Symptoms and Scary Consequences of Hurry Sickness
  • Free 21-Day Satisfaction-Guaranteed Tension Trial
  • 68
  • Chapter 8
  • Get Organized
  • 69
  • Recognize the Reality
  • 72
  • Capture the Tasks
  • 73
  • Define
  • 7
  • 74
  • Prioritize
  • 75
  • Schedule
  • 77
  • Evaluation
  • 80
  • Chapter 9
  • Is It Really Important-or Merely Urgent?
  • 81
  • Reports of the "Death of Work" Premature
  • Dilemma of the Ringing Telephone
  • 84
  • Is It Important or Merely Urgent?
  • 86
  • Secret of Time Management Revealed: Why We Waste Time on Trivia and Don't Spend Enough Time on Essentials
  • 87
  • Asking the "Want To/Have To" Question
  • 88
  • Knowing When Time Isn't Really the Problem
  • 89
Control code
ocn226281249
Dimensions
22 cm
Edition
Second edition.
Extent
x, 262 pages ;
Isbn
9781598697650
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
650.11 W168 2ND ; P ; XX-N ; C0807BT5 (CR).
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 226281249
  • (Sirsi) 226281249
  • (OCoLC)226281249

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