Time Management – Organizing Your Time For Maximum Results

I posted this today because I find myself needing more time. Time management seems to be an area we could all improve in so I hope this is helpful to you. It’s a short video from someone that has taught me a lot about myself and my potential. Brian Tracy has helped hundreds of thousands of people improve and become more productive, more successful, and more wealthy. Today I needed this!

If you are interested in learning more I have included below, a way for you to do just that. I love to read, but admit that if I could find more time, I would read a lot more. Give yourself more time, by organizing the time you have a little better.

In case you missed it, my New Years Resolutions were quite robust! I need to get on the ball! I need to manage my time better so I can be as productive as possible. Our lives can be fine-tuned to work with amazing efficiency, unfortunately too many of us, including myself, waste a lot of time each and every day. For example, I could probably shave two complete hours a day off of my Twitter time, and still have time to post Tweets regularly. (Not to mention facebook.) ๐Ÿ˜€

This is just my attempt to put something out there that I struggle with, in hopes that it will help you as well. Here’s to accomplishing all of our goals and dreams in 2010!

In the works:

  • The Great Credit Card Debate
  • EOD-book: 12 Weeks To Financial Responsibility

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5 Responses to “Time Management – Organizing Your Time For Maximum Results”

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  1. I’m with you on this, Brad! Thanks for sharing this video….I need to check out one of Brian Tracy’s books…if only I had time to read it! ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Stu@themarryblogger says:

    Brad –

    Love Brian Tracy – got to see him live two years ago. Great speaker and writer!! Thanks for this video – ALWAYS a helpful reminder. And I am with you. Gotta get better on the time management stuff!

  3. billy-bob says:

    I like it! 2 frogs per day, and the ugliest one first.

    How simple is that?

    • Brad Chaffee says:

      Yeah the first time I heard that as I was listening to the book eat that frog, it clicked immediately. It makes complete sense, now I just need to master eating that frog! ๐Ÿ™‚

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