Tell Your Time (Part 1)

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Today we read part one of Tell Your Time: How to Manage Your Schedule So You Can Live Free and already it’s hitting home with me.

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I actually ran short on time (how ironic) today in reading this chapter.  Work of all sorts and sudden projects requiring my time took priority over this book and only in the evening was I finally able to get started on this book.  Can you tell I need this book at this point in my life and business?

We start the book with a short preface, which includes this quote that I love:

From the first sentence, I’m already in love with this book.  This is going to be a good read.

This section also includes a link to her printable tools to fill in as you continue through the book.  They look useful and I’m interested in seeing how we fill them out.

Next we come to the first chapter, ‘Where Do You Want to Be?  Are You Headed There?”

The chapter asks ‘What’s Your Switzerland?’  Which translates to ‘What is the big goal you want to reach?’  Often we have a big goal we have set, we start on the road to reaching them with big motivation and lots of energy.  But then it slowly begins to fade and eventually we just get stuck, not moving, or we may just give up on it all together.

Has this ever happened to you?  I’ve had a few goals (both past and present) that I feel that way about.  And some goals I hope don’t end up that way.  So I hope this book will provide steps to help keep that sort of thing from happening again.

If you want to join the conversation, post your thoughts below or tag us on social media with #thepinkbookwormclub  I look forward to hearing form you!

If you read the preface/first chapter of this book, I would love to hear your thoughts below!

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