Over three years ago, I blogged about “Efficiency vs. Effectiveness.” At that time, I was working on a time management book based on a workshop I had done for a number of years. Finally, last year I published the book after setting it aside for two more time-sensitive books that I needed to publish. My time management book can now be found on Amazon in Kindle format:
Given that we are beginning a new year and undoubtedly many of you have set goals as New Year’s resolutions, I think you’ll find this book to be invaluable in accomplishing those goals because the book focuses more on “effectiveness” (what I refer to as macro time management) than “efficiency” (what I refer to as micro time management).
If you take a look at the very brief “Efficiency vs. Effectiveness” article, you’ll also see that I mention another ebook of mine that is available on Amazon:
This week is also an opportune time to check out this book. It consists of a weekly quotation and very short essay about what the quotation means. While you can read the book in its entirety, the intent is to read one quote/essay each week throughout the year. We’re now almost a week into the new year, but being a Kindle book, you can download it immediately and begin the 52-week reading assignments.
Each book is priced at only $6.99 and each book includes a link where you can download a FREE copy of the first book I ever published:
So, you can get three very useful books for about 15 bucks. And the “QuoteNotes” book, which includes 1,500 indexed and cross-referenced quotations (along with an explanation on how to use them in your speaking and writing) downloads in PDF format so you can duplex print it if you like.
I know you were debating how to use all of those Amazon gift cards you got for Christmas, so here you go!
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