Are you seeking to manage your time better this year?
Do you desire to find balance among all of your different responsibilities?
These are books I have found to be helpful for my time and life management.
These books by physician Richard Swenson seek to move beyond helping mange our schedules to looking at the reasons–cultural and personal–that our lives are out of balance. If you need margin and balance in your life, these are excellent, inspiring, helpful books.
This is a brand new book from the excellent Barna Frames series. It’s a quick read, providing engaging visuals that show the latest research about our out of balance lives. Claire Diaz-Ortiz works at Twitter, leading Twitter’s social good campaigns. In this book she offers helpful tips for managing your life in the midst of the crazy connections of the internet and social media.
This is a classic book in the field of time and life management. Covey offers the seven habits that highly effective people maintain to manage their time and life. These habits include “putting first things first” or building your schedule around your “big rock” priorities. This book has influenced many writers on the topic.
Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity by David Allen
The classic book on managing your to-do list. Allen offers big picture and practical applications to managing your to-do lists, finding the next step, and getting things done.