Your 5 Time-Management Must Reads for 2016

ThinkstockPhotos-525935645Each day you’re given 24 hours… 24 hours to do with what you please (well, sort of). Most of us allot a fair share of that time to sleep, glorious sleep. Let’s say you get nine hours of sleep (some of you are no doubt laughing at the idea of a whole nine hours). With those nine hours gone you are left with 15 hours in your day. That may seem like a lot of time but then, minute by minute, hour by hour, your day slowly slips away from you. You give away time for working, eating, driving, working out. You give away so much time, in fact, that even trips to the bathroom become an inconvenience in your busy day. You see plenty of articles and books about time-management and how to have a more productive day, but how are you supposed to find the time to find the best books on this topic, let alone read them?

Luckily for you, we’ve done half the work.

We’ve compiled a list of our five favorite awesome and effective time-management reads that will help you better manage your day.
Check out our list to start taking back precious minutes so you can experience more joy and less chaos.

5. 15 Secrets Successful People Know About Time Management by Kevin Kruse

Why we love this book –

  • It dispels the notion that to-do lists are the key to success.
  • It reveals 15 actual productivity secrets of high achievers, including billionaires, Olympic athletes, and successful entrepreneurs like Richard Branson.
  • It shows you how to identify your most important task, which is crucial to determining what to do with your newly well-managed time.
  • It reveals the “3 Harvard Questions” that will save you 8 hours a week.

*Find it on Amazon

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4. The 12-Week Year by Brian P. Morgan and Michael Lennington

Why we love this book –

  • It’s applicable to both individuals and organizations.
  • The authors provide new ideas that will help you identify the true priorities in your life
  • The idea of short-term focus leading to long-term success.

*Find it on Amazon

3. The One Thing by Gary Keller

Why we love this book –

  • It focuses on determining the essentials in your life and devoting energy to those things rather than wasting energy on distractions and other non-essential work.
  • The author does an excellent job of encouraging focus and drive. This book is truly motivational.
  • The main points of the book are clearly highlighted (great if you don’t have the time to read every single line).

*Find it on Amazon

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2. The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg

Why we love this book –

  • The extensive look into how habits work, all the way down to the neurological level.
  • Provides an opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of how to develop healthy habits.
  • Shows you why developing healthy habits and understanding habits you have already developed is an essential part of effectively managing your time.

*Find it on Amazon

1. The Perfect Day Formula by Craig Ballantyne

Why we love this book –

  • It shows you exactly how to create a perfect day that you can replicate every day for long-term success. The daily breakdown of time management, starting with how to win your mornings, is a great way to make huge changes in your life by focusing on each aspect of your day, rather than trying to analyze and change large chunks of your life at once.
  • Uses wisdom and information from thinkers and philosophers through time.
  • The book guides you through “five pillars” to creating the perfect day and offers a logical explanation of how to implement them.
  • Rather than simply describing what to do to achieve the perfect day, the author also shares what not to do.

*Available HERE!

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