Time Management Skills That Actually Work.

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Break free from the chronic cycle of overwhelm, frustration, and guilt through this book’s proven three-part system for achieving more success with less stress.

  • Introduces new paradigms such as time investment and work-life brilliance, and reveals how to experience lasting change, including overcoming emotional and mental barriers that sabotage success.
  • Over 30 ready-made routines on topics like clearing your inbox, meeting deadlines, going to bed on time, exercising, and maintaining friendships plus a step-by-step guide to create your own custom routines.
  • 256 pages hardcover edition published by McGraw Hill, one of the top 10 publishers in the world.
  • Available in KindleNook, iBook, and Hardcover editions.

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Amazon Reviews:

“Elizabeth Saunders has distilled wisdom garnered from years of coaching clients into this book. Most of us reading time management books are looking for systems, and she has some very good ones, combined with excellent tips and tricks on how to go about implementing them. But her biggest insight is really more holistic. Simply put, it is the converse of the Golden Rule: do unto yourself as you would do unto others. Frequently we beat ourselves up for failure to live to outrageous demands and unrealistic expectations that we would never foist upon others. If instead we nurture ourselves and treat ourselves with kindness, we will not only achieve more, but revel in our work. An excellent read with a refreshing perspective.” ~Bob

“In my early professional career, I attended quite a few time management courses. After reading Elizabeth’s book, I discovered that I was not the time management guru that I thought I was. Elizabeth goes beyond just giving a step-by-step approach to managing your time. She provides an in-depth insight to certain behaviors that may hinder your ability to effectively manage your time. I really love this book, because you can start to apply Elizabeth’s time management skills rather quickly.” ~Lindsey

“Elizabeth takes the topic of time management out of the office and into real life! This book challenged me to sit down and really think about what is most important in my life and how to invest my time in what is important to me. The strategies are well thought out and the worksheets she suggests using are incredibly powerful. For the first time in my life, I feel like I can dig myself out of this constant feeling of being overwhelmed. This book is indeed a beacon in the dark for me.” ~Tree0252

Book Press:

EntrepreWIRED: Schedule Makeover: Elizabeth Grace Saunders

Smart Talk: Elizabeth Saunders: The 3 Secrets to Effective Time Investment

Fast Company: How to Dodge Perfectionist’s Burnout

The PiEd “PYP”er: Playing with Time: Friend or Foe

Killer Startups: How Time Coach Elizabeth Saunders Became an Accidental Entrepreneur

The Creativity Post: Will You Really Be Happy Having Your Inbox at Zero?

99u: Satisficing: How Overachievers Stay Sane and Avoid Burn-Out

FoxBusiness News Video: Why You Should Front Load Your Week

The Economic Times: 5 Ways to Manage Time Effectively

Forbes: Three Steps To Overcome Your Fear Of Delegation

Fast Company: How Canned Responses Give You an Extra 30 Minutes Every Day

Harvard Business Review: How Office Control Freaks Can Learn to Let Go

99u: How Effective People Handle Email

Contactzilla: The Secret to Reducing Stress at the Office

Entheos: The Science of Thriving

Huffington Post: Relationships and Stress

Entrepreneurs: The Procrastinators’ Guide to Time Management

Huffington Post: Pet Time: Dog Routines

Working Mother: 3 Tips for Time-Starved Families (video)

ABC World News: 3 Tips for Time-Starved Families

Quarterlife Upgrade with Christine Hassler: From Overwhelm to Peaceful and Productive

Harvard Business Review: Make Time for Growth Assignments in Your Daily Work

Entrepreneur: Why Everyone on Your Team Should Leave Work Early Today

99u: Front-Load Your Week +3 Other Stress-Busting Time Management Strategies

Design Sponge: Biz Ladies: 7 Tools to Manage Your Email Inbox

Teresa’s Healthfully You: Goodbye, Overwhelm! Hello, Delicious Space

Venture Village: 10 Tips for Entrepreneurs to Put the ‘Life’ Back into Their Work-Life Balance

Change This: Your Time Is Your Life- Invest It Well

Harvard Business Review: Stop Work Overload By Setting These Boundaries

Lindsey Pollak: 3 Essential Gen Y Time Management Tips

Psych Central: The 3 Secrets to Effective Time Investment

Fast Company: Why You’re Always Late

USA Today: Idea File: How To Manage Time Better

Forbes: Can Founders Ever Actually Achieve Work-Life Balance?

Lifehacker: How to Diagnose What’s Making You Chronically Late

Classy Career Girl: Get Ahead Club Interview with Elizabeth Saunders

Small Biz Radicals: The “Catch 22″ of Time Management Books

99u: Victim No More: How to Stop Self-Sabotaging

Harvard Business Review: IdeaCast: Take Control of Your Time

iDoneThis: How to Keep Calm and Carry On When You Feel Ignored

The Pink Collar: Elizabeth Grace Saunders

Catherine Chen Wellness: 3 Secrets to Effective Time Investment

Harvard Business Review: How to Break Your Addiction to Meetings

Bullish on Books: Career Advice: How to Tell Your Boss, You’ve Had Enough

Jennifer Louden: Secrets to Time Investment with Elizabeth Saunders

Fast Company: 4 Steps to Make Sure Your Priorities Are Actually Met

99u: Respect Yourself and Take Back Control of Your Calendar

Networker for Business Women: Podcast Episode 8- Invest Your Time Wisely with Elizabeth Grace Saunders

JeffConnects: Stop Spending Time…Invest It!

Greatist: Why Being Happier Helps You Manage Your Time

Government Executive Podcast: The 3 Secrets to Effective Time Investment

Life Goes Strong: Tips on Time Management: Are You Sure You Need to Get More Done?

iDoneThis: How to Get Your Team to Stick to New Habits

Baseline Mag: Workplace Books That Can Help You Be Successful

Inc: Give Yourself Permission Not to Be Crazy Busy in 2013

Creativity Post: Making Progress

Mystery Writing is Murder: More Time to Write in 2013

Harvard Business Review: How to Allocate Your Time, and Your Effort

Forbes: Guilt, Pride, Fear– And The Struggle For “Balance”

The Couch Manager: The 3 Secrets to Effective Time Investment: Video Interview with Elizabeth Saunders

Biz3.0: Elizabeth Saunders and the 3 Secrets to Effective Time Investment

Lifehacker: How to Prevent Time-Caused Conflict at Home and at Work

Cal Newport: Two Books to Keep On Your New Year Radar

Radical Parenting: How to Have More Quality Family Time in 2013

iDoneThis: Why Logic is an Unproductive Way to Address Illogical Behavior

Huffington Post: How to Allocate Your Time, and Your Effort

99u: Is Poor Time Management Limiting Your Potential?

LifeKraze: From Resolution to Routine to Reality

Training to be a Life Coach: An Interview with Time Coach and Author Elizabeth Saunders

Public Relations Princess: Time Management for PR Professionals

Breakthrough Business Strategies radio interview: 3 Secrets to Effective Time Investment

People StyleWatch: February 2013 Issue, “20 Fun & Easy Resolutions”

All You Magazine: February 2013 Issue

New Voice of Radio: Interview: Author of The 3 Secrets to Effective Time Investment

Inc: 3 Rules to Work By: Elizabeth Grace Saunders

CBS News: 4 Ways to Stop Feeling Overwhelmed

CBS News: How to Take Back Your Time

Small BizKid: Interview with Elizabeth Grace Saunders


 

Elizabeth Grace Saunders

Elizabeth Grace Saunders is the founder and CEO of Real Life E Time Coaching & Training and the author of the book The 3 Secrets to Effective Time Investment that empowers overwhelmed individuals to achieve more success with less stress.

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