Yesterday, I figuratively nailed my own version of Luther's Theses to the ChangeThis.com
I can't claim that it had the same historical significance as other more famous printed texts, but it did feel good.
My ChangeThis.com manifesto
was published yesterday, calling for a new approach to time management thinking.
In the 21 page PDF document, entitled "The New Time Management: Simply Focus on the Fundamentals, and Toss Away the Tips", I make the point that working professionals the world over have destroyed their productivity and peace of mind by buying gadgets, and buying-into too many tips from other people.
Instead, they should be focused on perfecting their time management skills by focusing on the fundamentals of time time management. The manifesto focuses on the first 7 fundamentals (the essentials) without getting into the 4 advanced fundamentals.
Here is the info for retrieving it:
ChangeThis Newsletter No. 45
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The New Time Management: Simply Focus on the Fundamentals, and Toss Away the Tips
by Francis Wade
“As working professionals across the world, we all want the same things when it comes to time management. We want to feel a certain peace of mind that comes from knowing that our affairs are in order and that we’ve not forgotten something that might jump up later to give us a nasty surprise.”http://changethis.com/45.04.NewTimehttp://changethis.com/pdf/45.04.NewTime.pdf
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