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Tell Your Time ebook: Just $2!

My friend, Amy Andrews, is offering her ebook, Tell Your Time, for just $2 through August 1, 2011. She’ll be releasing an updated copy in August, which is why she’s offering this spectacular deal! You can read my review of this ebook from last October here.

By the way, if you can’t afford to spend $2 to buy this ebook, but feel like you could really use some time management help, you can read my Time Management 101 series or download my free Time Management 101 ebook.

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  • Heather says:

    Is there a promo code? I’ve tried adding to the cart, and it’s coming up as $12? Thanks!

  • Steph says:

    Praise God for such a turnaround in regards to how time is spent! 🙂

  • MaryEllen says:

    I’m buying it! I was just praying yesterday for some help managing my time more efficiently, and I wanted this ebook, but couldn’t afford it. I’m getting it now!

  • Tammy L says:

    From your list, it sounds like you’re spending more time on all of those things — except for the first one, time online! Is there anything else you’re now *not* doing, aside from the extra time online? Or is it just that you’re more efficient at everything else now? 🙂 Do you still work 25 hours a week (this is all online, I think?), or is it less since reading Tell Your Time? 🙂

    I find I pretty much have the time for whatever I *make* the time for… I can’t do everything I’d like to do, so I have to choose what is most important to me… of course working efficiently helps, but for the most part I feel like I am able to accomplish about 24 hours’ worth of stuff in 24 hours’ time. Does that make sense? 🙂

    • Crystal says:

      Hi, Tammy!

      My review was from last year, in case you missed that (I should have made that more clear in the post!). I think we’ve talked some about some of the health issues I experienced in the beginning of 2010 and, thanks to Amy’s suggestions and encouragement, I made some very significant changes in my life in April and May of last year (I think we may have talked about those via email/Facebook not too long ago, too).

      Not only did this streamlining help me to be able to better prioritize my life and do less so I could focus on what really matters. In addition, Amy’s encouragement to make a time budget has been revolutionary for me. We’ve always had some sort of schedule we were trying to follow, but a lot of the time I’d just say it was “homeschool time” “chore time” “exercise time” “computer time”, etc. Amy encouraged me to break these times down into very specific time blocks.

      So, now I have a set plan of exactly what I’m going to be doing in what order when it’s chore time or homeschool time or computer time. This has especially helped me manage my online time much more efficiently. Instead of just getting on and doing whatever I felt like or whatever seemed most pressing at the moment, I have a detailed and ordered list of exactly what I’m doing when. I don’t always follow this to a tee (as things naturally do come up here and there) but, for the most part, I do follow my list — and it helps me stay much better on task and be a much better manager of my time.

      Probably most everyone else already does this, but I was spending a lot of time putting out fires or doing things that were good but weren’t best — instead of really making traction and focusing on my priorities!

      • Tammy L says:

        Thanks for giving me a few more details! 🙂 I doubt most everyone has a detailed schedule/time budget like that! I know I don’t (usually). I seem to do a lot better with just a general schedule and a daily to-do list. 🙂 I know one thing that helps me stay on track, though, is when I see something that I’m tempted to just “add in” and do even though it wasn’t on the list/schedule, I don’t do it right then and I write it in for another day or week. Only if it will take 2 minutes or less will I (usually :D) do things “on the spot”. This helps me not get stuck doing silly stuff, haha! 🙂

  • Angie D says:

    Wow. That is so encouraging. I am so thankful for you, Crystal, your testimony, and your advice. I guess I’ll have to get over my dislike of ebooks. 😉

  • Jill Blatt says:

    It’s crazy to me to see “my friend, Amy Andrews” listed in an email from a totally different source. Amy and I used to go to school together YEARS ago and have recently reconnected thanks to Facebook! I love reading your newsletters and think it’s awesome that you link to others who have helped you as well! Thanks for all you do 🙂

    • Crystal says:

      Amy is such a dear, dear person! She and I have met in real life a few times and she’s done a lot of work for I’d be sunk without her.

  • I ordered it last night, read it straight through to get an overview, and now am going to read it again to digest it all. What a great book that doesn’t take a lot of time to read. The work will come from me – changing my thought process and prioritizing. Thanks for sharing this with us.

  • Thank you so much! I was remembering you had recommended this book the other day and was wanting to read it since I am trying to start my own blog and don’t want to waste time. Thanks for the refresher, especially now that it is so cheap. 🙂

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