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Time Matters

Time Matters

Making the Most of Your Day

Time Matters helps you maximise your time to achieve greater productivity not just in work but in all areas of your life. The book provides you with the tools needed to optimise your time and enables you to manage your schedules and stress. Find excellent tips on maximising your time and find out how to correct old habits. This book is a must for people who feel they have not enough hours in the day to complete their daily demands.

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Julia Rowan

Julia Rowan is a highly acclaimed training consultant, facilitator and coach. She has worked...

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Time Matters is a very thorough and beautifully presented summary of all that is best in time management, Julia Rowan explains everything so clearly that the most disorganised person should find it easy to follow the many techniques which she descries. What I particularly like about the book is that she looks both at the macro level (What are the things that are really important for me to be concentrating on?) an the micro level ( so how exactly do I cope with all that email?). Not only that, but she recognises that we are all fallible human beings working with other fallible human beings. The book also contains many exercises to make us think, but which are also fun to do. Highly recommended.

Reviewed by Mark Forster, Author, Get Everything Done and Still have Time to Play and Do It Tomorrow

This is a quick read, Packed with practical tips and techniques on how to spend valuable time effectively. I highly recommend it to any manager who feels that there are not enough hours in the day.

Reviewed by Doreen Gerety, Senior Director, Organisation Development, Elan Drug Technology

This book is a must for anyone who needs to take more control of a busy schedule and mange their time more effectively. I particularly liked the emphasis throughout the book on the need for people to choose their attitude and take responsibility for their own effectiveness. The book helps translate common sense into common practice and I will recommend that all people in GSK read this book.

Reviewed by Brian O'Driscoll, Senior Business Partner, Human Resources, GlaxoSmithKline

In this concise management brief, Julia Rowan, an experienced time management consultant and trainer, shares her excellent ideas and techniques for managing time. This is an easy-to-read, no-nonsense guide which confronts the often chanted mantra that there aren’t enough hours in the day. This will be very useful read for anyone who has ever felt overwhelmed by the pressures and rigours of working life.

Reviewed by Professor Sarah Moore, University of Limerick

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