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Finding Time for the Things That Matter: Resources to Master Your Skills (Part 3)



In part 1 & 2 of this blog series on managing your time and productivity, I discussed the importance of defining your 5-7 most important roles in life, encouraged you to find a system that helps you to manage your daily schedule more effectively and, lastly, gave you tips on how to turn down the mental distraction in your head.

In this 3rd and final post I will direct you to the resources that will help you to further develop the skills necessary to master your time, mind and productivity. By doing so, you will free up time to focus on your health & wellness, while focusing your energies on things that matter most.


(The Resources):
 
1.) Organize Your Mind, Organize Your Life: Train Your Brain to Get More Done in Less Time-Margaret Moore & Paul Hammerness, MD

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This book will help you to tame your frenzied mind helping you to gain control over your emotions, sustain attention, curb your impulses, mold information, shift from one task to another and connect the dots


2.) The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People-Stephen R. Covey

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In this book Covey emphasizes the importance of developing a personal mission statement and staying on track focusing on the things that matter the most to your mission.



3.) The Power of Full Engagement-Jim Loehr and Tony Schwartz

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This resource stresses the importance of energy management vs. time management. It will teach you how to tap into the 4 sources of energy: emotional, physical, spiritual and mental.



4.) Strength Finder 2.0-Tom Rath

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Strength Finder 2.0 was a game changer in my life. When I truly discovered what my strengths were, I was then able to take the necessary action steps to maximize my abilities. When you work form your strengths you are more likely to live a life of impact!


I hope you use these tools to create a life of greater purpose and meaning for you and those around you.


In Strength,

Jason

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