Time management is the single most important skill you can master when it comes to your life, career or business! In this 30 minute session, Warren Greshes teaches you how to effectively manage your time, while taking you through a time test to determine what progress you have made so far.
Learn how to prepare for and plan tasks according to priority and save extra time each day. Whether you’re a salesperson with a large territory or you simply want to do things more efficiently, Time Management Skills That Work will show you how.
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
I would highly recommend this book excellent structure easy to apply to any area of your life professional or personal.
What other book might you compare Time Management Skills That Work to and why?
When searching for the correct book for myself to help with time management I listened to several samples and also look at the length of the book. This book was short in length however very impactful with each word, lesson and test within the book. Steps were very easy to apply in the area I needed help with.
Have you listened to any of Warren Greshes’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
This is my 1st book by Warren Greshes's however will not be the last. Very powerful speaker with easy understanding of the thought process behind the book and how to apply to the area needed.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
This book made me stop - think - assess - and develop a plan of action to my time management areas of opportunity.
Any additional comments?
This book is very helpful 20 key points to take with you in the future along with a test to see where you are in life and how to obtain your goal.
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I like Warren because he speaks with excitement and his teaching is precise. I find his books easy to grasp. Some authors say a lot, but the main points seem harder to implement. Every time I listen to Warren, about one time frame a year, I'm left thinking, that was pretty good.