What if you could change your life in 30 pages? And for less than the price of a fancy coffee?
Tell Your Time: How to Manage Your Schedule so You Can Live Free will help you identify the most important things — and the most important people — in your life. You will easily set goals and learn how to manage your time efficiently so no thing — or no one — falls through the cracks.
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It outlines my straightforward, step-by-step approach to controlling your schedule and making sure the important things don’t fall through the cracks.
It’s short and to the point. No fluff or filler. Time management books should be short, don’t you think? It’s a quick and easy read with a potentially life-changing payoff!
“The organization tips I’m gleaning from Amy Lynn Andrews are changing my life. Seriously! It’s been years since life has felt so peaceful!” ~Crystal Paine, MoneySavingMom.com
Accomplish not only what’s on your to-do list today, but what’s on your to-do list for life.
Did you already get Tell Your Time? Looking for the printable Tools I mention throughout? Click any of the images below to download a PDF copy.
Step 2: Roles & Goals
In Step 2: Plan, you will define your current roles as well as create basic life skills for each. Download Roles & Goals now.
Step 2: Activities
Also in Step 2: Plan, you will identify daily or weekly activities to accomplish for each of your roles. Download the Activities worksheet now.
Step 3: The Grid
In Step 3: Place, you will categorize each of the activities you listed in Part 2 by determining whether they are negotiable or nonnegotiable and fixed or flexible. Download the Grid now.
Step 4: Schedule
In Step 4: Plot, you will create your weekly schedule, incorporating the most important things in your life, ensuring the priorities don’t fall through the cracks. Download the blank Schedule worksheet now. (Please note: This download is not editable but meant to be printed out and completed. I created mine below in Microsoft Word with all the colors so it would be easier to decipher in the ebook. I actually find that pencil and paper work splendidly for this, as you can erase and rearrange your blocks as needed.)
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Here are my completed worksheets from the ebook if you’d like to take a closer look:
My Grid (from Step 3):
My Schedule (from Step 4):