Revealing the flaws in old time-management practices, the authors of You Don't Have to Go Home From Work Exhausted! offer tips on identifying personal style, accentuating strengths, prioritizing, and reclaiming time. Are you constantly running out of time? Do you typically juggle several projects at once? Do you procrastinate and push deadlines? Do you find you have no time left for family, friends, hobbies . . . yourself?
Here is the book that all of us creative, inspired, but hopelessly disorganized types have been waiting for.
Forget the old rules of time management that have failed you in the past. This practical and professionally proven approach--based on the latest research on brain function and stress reduction--helps you create your own nonsystem that works for you. What's more, you'll have more time than ever before for what's really important in your life . . . living.
Praise for Time Management for Unmanageable People
"This book can literally save lives. Very wise--goes beyond conventional time management."--Larry Dossey, M.D., author of Healing Words and Meaning and Medicine
"People's lives will be changed when they read Time Management for Unmanageable People."--Mary Kay Ash, Mary Kay Cosmetics
"Amazing! Someone who understands. There is hope for the organizationally impaired. This isn't just time management; it's good time management. Get it!"--Tobin Quereau, Playmakers, Austin, Texas
"After 25 years of teaming with (and trying to organize) Herb Kelleher, I now understand why his unpredictable genius is actually a right-brained version of time management. Thanks for the breakthrough!"--Colleen C. Barrett, Executive Vice President
Ann McGee-Cooper (1935-2016) was internationally recognized for her pacesetting work as a brain engineer. Her Dallas-based consulting firm, Ann McGee-Cooper and Associates, Inc., has worked with a wide range of clients, including Texas Utilities, Fluor Daniel, AT&T, IBM, Ernst & Young, and the American Heart Association. Her doctoral degree from Columbia University focused on creative problem-solving and the politics of change. Her published works include You Don't Have to Go Home from Work Exhausted! and Time Management for Unmanageable People.