Do it tomorrow And other secrets of time management

Mark Forster, 1943-

Book - 2006

Author Mark Forster offers advice on time management topics that may be applied to the work or home life including prioritizing activities, composing to-do lists, managing emails and phone calls, and staying focused on projects.

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Published
London : Hodder & Stoughton 2006.
Language
English
Item Description
Includes index.
Physical Description
209 p. : ill. ; 20 cm
ISBN
9780340909126
0340909129
Main Author
Mark Forster, 1943- (-)
Review by Publisher Summary 1

A totally updated time management system to follow the author's highly successful 'Get Everything Done'

Review by Publisher Summary 2

Mark Forster's book "Get Everything Done and Still Have Time to Play" took an entirely new approach to time management. One of his most important points was that once we have taken on a commitment, prioritising does not work because we need to do everything relating to that commitment. In the six years since he wrote the book as he has reached thousands of people through writing, seminars and coaching, he has continued to develop and refine his methods . He has now perfected even more effective methods of getting everything done through the introduction of some radical new ideas, including closed lists, the manyana principle and the "will do" list. He is brilliant at helping people to use new forms of communication effectively so that they do not become a tyrant. The result is a complete system which will enable almost anyone to complete one day's work in one day.

Review by Publisher Summary 3

Mark Forster's book "Get Everything Done and Still Have Time to Play" took an entirely new approach to time management. One of his most important points was that once we have taken on a commitment, prioritising does not work because we need to do everything relating to that commitment. In the six years since he wrote the book as he has reached thousands of people through writing, seminars and coaching, he has continued to develop and refine his methods . He has now perfected even more effective methods of getting everything done through the introduction of some radical new ideas, including closed lists, the manyana principle and the "will do" list. He is brilliant at helping people to use new forms of communication effectively so that they do not become a tyrant. The result is a complete system which will enable almost anyone to complete one day's work in one day.