Best Time Management Books of 2014

Our editor picked best time management books of 2014 for you:

Kill Time Wasters  

Not enough time to get things done? Not enough energy to do all the things you love doing, the things that are really, really important to you? Too much stress in your life and too little satisfaction? The reason for all this is less dramatic and more common than you think, and he cure is much simpler than you can imagine.

Regain the control over the big things in your life by eliminating all the little time wasters that cut into your creativity and focus each day. Do you often wonder how you can find time to meet all your needs, the needs of your family and still keep your inventiveness alive, when so much is shouting out for your attention every minute, maybe even now, as you are reading this?

Then you are saved. This book is your time-wasters proof vest – full of practical and extremely efficient tips and tactics to master your calendar and communication, and filter out the informational debris that takes up space in your mind and your life altogether.

Organize Your Brain: Stress Less, Do More

As much as this could surprise you, the basis for getting things done, the first step that can make a difference between a doer and a don’t-er is the TO-DO LIST, or, more precisely, the way one creates such a list. That is because a to-do list is not just a piece of paper on which you jot down some things you need to do – it’s an extremely useful instrument, a lot more complex than that. It is an indispensable tool for your success. This book will teach you how to create this sort of tool: general principles, the steps you need to take in making a list, the things you need to avoid, specific tips and techniques to be more efficient and more.

 Organize Every Day

Organize Every Day will teach you a fast and proven-to-work, easy way to go to a joyful, proudly productive, goal accomplisher. The ‘secret’ lies in how you plan and organize your days. Yes, that is all it takes. And no, those people you know and see ticking goal after goal on their lists do not necessarily had more opportunities or advantages as you and certainly do not have more than 24 hours on their hands to get things done.