The speed and volume of information available to you at any given time is estimated to be 5 times as much as it was ten years ago, and there’s no signs that this growth will abate.
In fact, the experts say it will continue to exponentially grow.
Great! More ways to put stuff in front of us, more ways to ask us to do things, more platforms for us to connect with a zillion people.
That’s exactly what you and I don’t need.
More importantly, whipping out a pad and pen and writing down a ‘to-do’ list of things to do so you don’t forget anything while you’re being bombarded with info, updates and demands won’t make one iota of difference!
Prioritised ‘to-do’ list thinking emerged way before computers ever came into our lives. And one thing’s for certain, they won’t solve the problem to which they inadvertently contribute.
This books looks at a post-computer way to approach self organisation, or as we referred to it in the last century; time management.
More than 20,000 progressive business leaders have benefitted from this thinking and the coaching of the author, and here’s your chance to find out what they are doing to succeed in business and still have a lifestyle and their health.