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Instant Time Management: How to Manage Time and Get More Done Faster Instantly! by The Instant Series is about planning your routine or objectives by using “time“ the right way. The opening message from the book is to arm yourself with the necessary tools, like an organizer and reminder, and to consult these tools regularly. The steps recommended are for the effective planning of your routine around a certain portion of your time. Timing Your Activities for Effective Time Management, Evaluating the Effectiveness of Your Time Management, Exercises for Effective Time Management are some of the important areas covered by this book. Instructions on memory improvement techniques, how to use reminder tools and how to make and use a time management chart are also given.
Instant Time Management: How to Manage Time and Get More Done Faster Instantly! by The Instant Series makes time management a simple affair, with the help of two highly intuitive tools. Generous description is given regarding the recommended procedures and these are made even easier with the help of examples. Solved exercises and review questions at the end of many chapters make this an effective learning tool. This book mentions the use of a few tools for planning, organizing etc. that are useful for managing a reasonably sized project. A more elaborate discussion on this aspect could have been included to familiarize the reader with the vast repository of tools that are a part of modern management, and how these can be used to monitor time. A well presented book.