15 Secrets Successful People Know About Time Management: The Productivity Habits of 7 Billionaires, 13 Olympic Athletes, 29 Straight-A Students, and 239 Entrepreneurs

Double Your Productivity Without Feeling Overworked and Overwhelmed. What if a few new habits could dramatically increase your productivity, and even 5x or 10x it in key areas? What if you could get an an hour a day to read, exercise, or to spend with your family.

New York Times bestselling author, Kevin Kruse, presents the remarkable findings of his researc of ultra-productive people. Based on survey research and interviews with billionaires, Olympic athletes, straight-A students, and over 200 entrepreneurs—-including Mark Cuban, Kevin Harrington, James Altucher, John Lee Dumas, Pat Flynn, Grant Cardone, and Lewis Howes—-Kruse answers the question: what are the secre to extreme productivity?

In this ook, you 'll learn:

Why millionaires do n't use to-do lists ( and what they DO use)
How to cure procrastination with the “ Time Travel ” trick
How the Harvard " DDR Questions " save 8 hours a week
How to identify your REAL priorities
How to get to zero emails in your inbox using 321Zero
How the simple E-3C system will double your productivity
How to reduce stress with the Richard Branson Tool
How to leave work at 5:00 without feeling guilty
How to run meetings like Apple, Google& amp; Virgin
How to conquer social media distractions
BONUS: QUIZ- Discover Your Time Personality
BONUS: 100+ Time Management Quotes Buy this book TODA to increase your productivity and stop feeling so overworked and overwhelmed!

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Published October 9th 2015 by The Kruse Group
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This ook is a must for all students, academic, business owners and leaders.

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I really enjoyed reading Kruse 's tips for successful time management, despite the fact that they feel largely pointed at business executives.

In fact, I 've already started doing 3 of the items discussed in the book.So, the irst half of the book gets about 4ish stars.

It 's too short.KKruse: Well, the point is time management.

Surely there 's SOMETHING we can add ... hey, what are all these references? KKruse: The responses from the productive people I emailed.Ed: PERFECT!

Readers will love it! KKruse: WHatevs, do n't waste any more of my time, please and thank you. -- -- Reader: *skips the chapter with the 200something entrepreneur quotes since the sens of each was already in the nex 15 chapters*So that 's why it 's 3.ish stars.

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And about 50% of the books ( by page count) is collected quotes from successful people- some of which are referred to in the blog posts.

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Time is our most valuable resource and yet we often fail to manage it so that we can directly reach our goals.

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15 Secrets Successful People Know About Time ManagementKevin Kruse has written one of the best anthologie I ’ ve ever read on scaling up Time Management.

In this book ‘ 15 Secrets Successful people Know about Time Management ’, Author Kruse starts off with introducing the concep of ‘ 1440, ’ and the significance of keeping an eye on our 1440 minutes of the day.As Kevin states: “ We can never get time back again.

Every minute counts when you are spending time every hour of the day.Secret# 2: Identify Your Most Important Task and then work on it first thing before anything else.It ’ s about focusing on your priority tasks, your MITs. As Kevin states, this is a key task-based action plan for defining what is the most mportant thing, and then getting into it first thing in the morning.Secret# 3: Work from your computer and not a To-Do-List -- Schedule your important tasks using time blocks.

You should schedule important items as early in the day as possible.Secret# 4: Procrastination can be beaten when you figure out how to beat your future self.This chapter delivers great content.

the future emotions.Secret# 5: Accept the fact there will always be more work to do and more that can be done.So the concept in this chapter is simple.

By getting your email inbox to zero, you can stop wasting time going through email that is redundant.Secret# 8: Schedule and attend meetings as a last resort.Who doesn ’ t love [ hate ] meetings?

I especially love his approach to the “ 1440 ” method that reminds us we have only 1440 minutes a day.You could read this nove in less time than that and start to save time while feeling great about the extra energy and motivation.

Well-written and an excellent resource for getting more out of your day and your life, check it out and stop wasting time…and your life.One last thing is, this ook comes with a settin of fantastic resources for readers to download with convenient links at the nd of each chapter as reminders.

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Of course he gives some reasons for his tips, which I largely agree with.What did I learn? I learned better time management tools, most importantly I now use and love his calendar method.

* work from your calendar, not a to-do list ( and schedule rest/me time!)* every yes is a no to something else* delegate before you think you are readyWhich of my beliefs were challenged? I was using a to-do list and did n't think there was a better method.

His suggestion to drop it and put every task on the calendar saved me a lot of pai, so now I agree with him.The author ( or his interviewees) suggested things I do n't particularly agree with or do n't think is helpful ( in the ong run):* fake it until you make it* reward and punishment* do n't listen to music while studyingI think the first two can be counterproductive.

I am worrie and might try without.How did my life change by reading this ook? I have now implemented more than half of this suggestions.

Especially working from the calendar ( and identifying and doing the Most Important Task early) help me a lot.I have put up the quote " If something is not a 'hell, YEAH!', then it 's a 'no!' " by James Altucher in my room and it remains me to concentrate on what I am passionate about.What are three action items I learned that I need to implement as soon as possible?

* put every important task on my calendar* tweak and improve my morning routine ( it now includes reading)* try to remove distractionsWhat else did I like about the book? I loved that he started off with memento mori and to be onscious of one 's own pulse and breathing.

It touched me and made me think.Reading what other people said about time management reinforced some of the uthor 's ideas as many people suggested the same.Which other books were mentioned or recommended?

If a task can be completed in less than five minutes, do it immediately ( if not, calendar or delegate it!).

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