#Leadership #Tip of the Day – Time Management

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Maximize your time with today’s leadership development tip!

Make a conscious effort to identify your most productive time of day and re-organize your schedule to suit your day. If you are more productive in the morning, start with heavy projects in the morning, make progress so that you feel invigorated and productive for the rest of the afternoon. Take strategic, short breaks like making a call or checking in with colleagues.

Leadership Quote of the Day:

“Don’t let the fear of the time it will take to accomplish something stand in the way of your doing it. The time will pass anyway; we might just as well put that passing time to the best possible use.” – Earl Nightingale

Leadership Article of the Day:

11 Expert Tips To Help You Be More Productive in 2014 – Fast Company

Leadership Book of the Day:

Reboot Your Life: A 12-day Program for Ending Stress, Realizing Your Goals, and Being More Productive

Reboot Your Life is a 12-day process for reflecting on where you are in life, clearing
out aspects that don’t work, designing your mission and vision, creating goals,
and learning strategies for realizing those goals with the latest productivity
strategies. Each day has a few minutes reading, but then practical exercises
and tools to get you quickly into action. “Reboot” is the same
process used by life-coaches who charge thousands of dollars, but after
completing the process, you will be your own greatest coach.

Leadership Video of the Day:

Enjoy Brian Tracey’s 6 Time Management Tips to Increase Productivity.

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