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There is a Chinese proverb that loosely translates into “no amount of gold can buy you time.” Like sand dripping from the hourglass, time ticks away regardless of what use you make of it. Then why is time management important? Because it’s a limited resource. Time, once lost, cannot be summoned back.
But you can capture this precious resource in the pages of an eBook. Commit your memory to an e-book, jotting down vivid fragments of your thoughts and ideas in a journal that can later be strung together into an ebook. Accomplish this task in a well-sorted, timely manner.
A proper management of this resource will help:

  • In sparking your creativity
  • Boosting your productivity
  • Meeting your professional commitments
  • Remembering to finish important tasks and
  • Meeting difficult deadlines

Be prudent with the use of this resource. Set a to-do, priority list. Try and finish the most important tasks first, before moving down the list to accomplish the lesser tasks. Follow the Pareto (80:20) principle – commit 80% of your time to 20% tasks that are most important. With this in place, you can apportion your time in a focused, effective and stress-free manner, achieving those goals, dreams and ambitions that you care about the most.
Knowing how much time you have to devote to each task is extremely important to get quality work done.
You may not realize this but each one of us has peak performance periods when we are at our creative best. Smart authors know their peak performance period and they try to get the maximum work accomplished within this time frame. It’s a great way to overcome writer’s block and roll out finished projects for the market, besides having little or no downtime to procrastinate.
Flip out an exercise book and write down your goal, “I will write my e-book in ten days.” Read out your goal aloud every morning till it becomes a command that you cannot possibly disobey. Imagery is a powerful motivator. Use it to motivate yourself. Visualize yourself as a celebrated author and very soon your dream will turn out to be a reality.

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