Do You Wish You Had More Hours In The Day?

My friend and colleague Grace Marshall is launching her book today – 21 Ways to Manage the Stuff That Sucks Up Your Time.

Let’s face it, we all have the same 24 hours in the day, but sometimes ‘stuff’ takes over – little stuff (like email) and the big stuff (perfectionism-driven procrastination) – and we’re not as productive as we’d like to be.

This brilliant little book will help you to manage the ‘stuff’ that sucks up your time, so that you can gain more time for the things that really matter in your life.

Here are just some of the things people are already saying about it:

“brilliant insights, cleverly detailed in this easy to read, enjoyable book!”
—Debi Williams, author of The Greatest Leaders Do the Least

“an incredibly valuable resource for any small business owner”
—Julie Hall, Women Unlimited and LifestyleEntrepreneur.com

“packed full of useful advice, passionate, engaging and thought-provoking”
—Graham Allcott, author of How to be a Productivity Ninja

“truly a book for busy people, I defy anyone to finish reading it and not emerge with at least one fantastic time tip that will make them feel more productive.”
—Amanda Alexander, CoachingMums.com

For just $5.97 / £3.97 the book itself is already a steal.

What’s more, when you buy the book today, you can also grab your launch day goody bag, with bonus timesaving tools, business guides, expert ebooks and time out treats.

Get the book on Amazon.com or Amazon.co.uk
Then pick up your bonuses today only click here

Happy reading!

Best wishes

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