Use your Time Wisely!

David Vellacott brings us two short reads, reminding us of simple things, that help you, and me to save time and be more productive. Both books are available on Amazon.

In Productivity Hacks: How to do less and get better results, and his other book Time Thief: How Your Phone Stole Your Mojo and How to Get It Back, David Vellacott points out several key focus areas, to concentrate on, to have more time on your hands, and get the stuff done that is important. Vellacott himself, is a busy author, marketing consultant, and business owner. Becoming a parent, he realised he did not have as much spare time as before and honed in on effective ways of using his time wisely, and taking as few actions as possible to get the most done and obtain the best results.

Both these books are short reads with good advice which you can instantly apply to your life. Some of the advice you will immediately recognise, as things that you know you have to do. Things which you used to do, but one gets sidetracked by life and it is so very easy to waste time away. If a day or week or month or year for that matter, is not planned, it very quickly can turn into a non-event. Your life for that matter can turn into a non-event, as the seconds, minutes, hours, days, and years fly past, and you yourself are going nowhere slowly!

Do check out his other book as well, Just Three Things: Transform your time management and productivity by identifying and taking the right action every day.

Short enough to read in one sitting, easy enough to apply instantly! Get your copy today!

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