The Time Chunking Method: A 10-Step Action Plan for Increasing Your Productivity Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Discover how to use time chunking to streamline your workflow and skyrocket your productivity!
Are you struggling to manage your time efficiently? Do you have the feeling you could be much more productive if only you used the right workflow strategy during your day?
Enter the Time Chunking Method.
It's one of the most popular time management strategies used today. Students, corporate managers, small business owners, and stay-at-home moms employ it to get more done, stay motivated, and carve out more free time.
It can help you do the same thing!
Time management made easy!
The key to using the Time Chunking Method effectively is to adjust it to your personal workflow. I'll show you how to do that in this book.
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|Listening Length||2 hours and 23 minutes|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||August 21, 2017|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #89,085 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#157 in Time Management (Audible Books & Originals)
#634 in Time Management (Books)
#973 in Personal Time Management
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After reading this book, I'm now a "fan" of the author and have downloaded additional books for future reading. In a world of fast-paced, bite-sized processing of information, the author managed to put together an easy-to-read, practical guide on effectively managing your time. I for one will be recommending this book to my clients who struggle with time management.
So I feel you are really serious about improving your productivity and getting things done, this is the book.
Buy it before price increases :)
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In fairness to the author, I’ve also read his book The To-Do List Formula, and I found that a far better book with more actual value strategies that kept to the point. My advice is to buy that book instead.
The book contains 153 pages and, from the outside, appears to be a comprehensive book. I set myself a challenge of reading for 30 minutes a day, this book took 79 minutes to complete (and there were at least a couple of times where I forgot to stop the timer when doing something else!).
Sadly, the font used is large and there is quite a bit of spacing between paragraphs and headings. I believe that this book could have been condensed into perhaps 80 pages. 20 pages (over 10% of the book) are regarding apps that can assist with time blocking. Unfortunately, many are for IOS, making them redundant reading for an android user. In addition, we all know that apps move on quite quickly; this section felt like it was added to pad out the page numbers (think Solomon in The Apprentice adding pictures of boats to pad out his business proposal).
There were some useful ideas in amongst the waffle (and there is an awful lot of repetition). I would have like to have seen actual examples as to how the author uses the system (photos/drawings) and how they tie it in to their pen and paper lists. They note not being a fan of GTD; more detail on why would have been interesting.
Briefly, the author talks upon batching small items in time slots. I would like to have seen more detail on this in a work sense. I would also like to have seen their calendar/planner set up to visualise how they implement this.
In summary, I am giving it 3 out of 5 stars. This is due to the reasons above; there are a couple of good ideas and the author has take the time to write the book, but it feels as though it lacks substance and is severely padded out to up the page numbers. All in all, there are 24 un-numbered blank pages in the book, which feels like a waste of paper and a further attempt to make the book appear more comprehensive than it is.