How Much Is Your Time Worth?
Time Is The Most Precious Commodity You Have -- Do You Manage It Or Does It Manage You?
What They Are Saying...
Tiffiney Cowan of TiffineysBlog.com
I wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed your time management guide.
As a busy mom of three kids I’ve definitely bumped into the issue of how to manage my responsibilities at home and the demands of my business. I love the step-by-step suggestions you offered for organizing your business and for dividing tasks into smaller, more manageable pieces. I also appreciated your tips on how to talk to your family about ways they could support your efforts.
It’s clear that you’ve struggled with these issues as well and have figured out some solid solutions that you’ve shared with others in your Time Management for Work at Home Moms - and Dads Too! piece.
Thanks for letting me take a look at it Bill!
Traci Knoppe of QuickSourcing.com
I was fortunate to get my hands on a copy of Time Management for Work at Home Moms - and Dads Too! Having been a work at home mom since the mid 1990's, I honestly wasn't sure if this ebook would tell me anything I didn't already know - I was wrong!
Full of wise and excellent tips for work productivity and priority choices, the Five Pillars section was my biggest take-away. I found myself lacking in a few of these areas and realize these actually effect everything.
Get this ebook, read it and apply the tips to gain control of your time and business productivity.
Timo Kiander of www.productivesuperdad.com
Bill has written an essential guide for any work at home parent wanting to be more productive and manage their time better.
This information is easy to digest and straight to the point. Now it's your turn to put it into action!
How many times have you heard "Time is money" in your life? I'll bet you've heard that hundreds or even thousands of times.
But I'm here to tell you the truth...
Time is not money... it is far more valuable!
Can You Relate?
My name is Bill Nickerson and I'm a work at home dad. I've made a conscious decision to make my business fit into the schedule of my family life, not the other way around.
This means that I have to do things like driving the kids to school in the morning and picking them up in the afternoon.
Don't get me wrong -- I love this!
But it means that I have to take 2 hours out of my day every day that could have been spent on my business.
It doesn't stop there either. After school we have:
- Errands to run
- Shopping to do
- Dance and music lessons
- church events
- doctor's appointments
Sometimes I feel like pulling my hair out (and I don't have very much left to pull 8=)
Sometimes I want to scream "I don't have time for this!"
But the value of spending my time with my wife, children, family, friends and my church family far outweighs the frustration.
This lead me to realize how very precious time is. And how important it is to manage it well.
You cannot get more time.
But, you can make the best use of the time that you do have.
That is what Time Management for Work At Home Moms - And Dads Too! is all about. I've taken the lessons that I've learned (and some that I'm still learning, over and over again) and put them into this ebook.
Inside these pages you find some practical advice to help you cope with the unique time pressures that a work at home parent faces.
These are some of the things you'll learn about in this book:
- How to schedule your tasks to increase productivity
- The importance of knowing what your business is
- The power of systems and outsourcing
- Avoiding distractions to maximize the effectiveness of your time
- The Five Pillars of a healthy life and how they relate to time management
- And so much more!
Is This Book Right For You?
You may be wondering if you need this book. And that's a great question. I don't want you buying this book just to line my pockets.
So, who will benefit from reading this book:
- Work at home moms and dads who struggle to find time to run their business
- Entreprenuers who still work a regular job while they build their business in the evenings or weekends
- A stay at home parent who just wants to have more control of their schedule -- remember, being a parent is a job too!
- Someone who works a regular 9 to 5 job but wants to manage their time at work better (or their time at home for that matter)
- Anyone who has cried out "I need more time!"
If you never worry about how much stuff you have to fit into so little time, then you don't need this book. You've got it all together.
If you've been running your business successfully for years then this book is probably too basic for you. You likely have most of this stuff figured out already.
But if you're like me then this book can get help you get yourself on track.
What You'll Get
When you order Time Management For Work At Home Moms - And Dads Too! you'll get the ebook right away.
If you order through Amazon, you'll need to email me so I can sign you up for the newsletter and memberships.
You'll receive the following benefits:
- Newsletter from Time Management at Toxic Habits (you can opt out at any time)
- A free account at Time Mangement at Toxic Habits with member's only information and resources
- Free access to the private forum at the site so you can share your story with other work at home parents [NOTE: This is under development]
- Advance notice of other Toxic Habits products -- including discount coupons!
Time Management for Work at Home Moms - and Dads Too! is exclusively available on Amazon at this time. If you are a Kindle Select member you can borrow the book from the Kindle Owners Lending Library.Buy it on Amazon Now!
Don't worry if you don't have a Kindle though. You can download the Kindle reader.
I'm looking forward to getting to know you and see how you learn to manage your time more effectively. I hope that you'll share your results once you've finished reading the book.
P.S. If you have any questions about the book, or problems with the order process, be sure to contact me to get it sorted out. I strive to respond to any email within 24 hours (although I reserve the right to be a bit late once in a while 8=)