Tell Your Time e-Book

posted by Andrea | 10/28/2010

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I’m a time-management “junkie” — but you already knew that didn’t you?

Well, you do now!

I’m obsessed with making lists, planning out my days, and finding short-cuts to increase my productivity. Doing these things helps me accomplish so much more and even allots me a little time to do what I love {imaging that!}

How About You?

Would you like to learn how to better manage your time, increase your productivity, and make more time for the things you love?

I thought so!

Let me introduce you to Amy Lynn Andrews, one of my favorite bloggers — especially when it comes to time management and blogging {two areas I love learning more about!} I subscribe to her blog via email, I follow her on Twitter, and I’ve mentioned her before on my own blog.

Well now {because she just has SO much information to share} she wrote a brand new e-book called:

Tell Your Time: How to Manage Your Schedule so You Live Fulfilled

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“Tell Your Time outlines a straightforward, step-by-step approach to taking control of your schedule and making sure the important things don’t fall through the cracks. It helps you accomplish not only what’s on your to-do list today, but what’s on your to-do list for life.” ~ Amy Lynn Andrews

Here’s a sneak peek of what you’ll find inside:

And did you notice, it’s only 26 pages so you won’t have to spend much time in your quest to save time — she’s so smart!

Click here for more information or to purchase the e-book.

Once you download the e-book, you can print it off {or save it to your computer for a less-cluttered way to manage your time!}

This discount is an amazing opportunity but it won’t last long.

Purchase your copy today and start saving time tomorrow.


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5 comments

  1. Stephanie

    10/28/2010

    Absolutely awesome book! So worth the 7.00!! I recommended this to myfriends on facebook I have quite a few that tell me there isnt enough time in the day. They NEED to get a copy of this!! As always look forward to your future posts!

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    Andrea Reply:

    Thanks Stephanie…I appreciate it! It IS a great “book”.

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  2. Becky

    10/29/2010

    Your “Click here for more information or to purchase the e-book.” link is broken. I just wasted time trying to go there. :-)

    Because it is you recommending this book I might try it. I’ve taken Time Management classes offered at the workplace before. You know, the type that tells you to only handle a piece of paper once? Yeah, that’s realistic. Each time my ability to follow the time management principals was about 3 days. I was spending more time organizing than I was working.

    So, is this really worth the $7?

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    Andrea Reply:

    Becky, the link is fixed…technology is SO weired b/c all the links worked yesterday!

    Anyway, this book is really worth $7.00 — and it’s really practical advice…not things like “only touch every piece of paper once!!”

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  3. stephanie

    10/31/2010

    I just wanted to say after I purchased this Ebook and read it I have implemented a few things in my own life so far! I bought myself an organizer, I utlize google calendar, and I have done the first step from the book. I am going to cuddle with the boyfriend now but tomarrow I plan to organize my quadrants!! Go check out my updates to my blog I have made, including the embedded google calendar on the weekly calendar page! Hope you had a great weekend!

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