15 Secrets Successful People Know About Time Management

Author: Kevin Kruse
Editor:
ISBN: 9780985056438
Size: 19,55 MB
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Too many people think working hard leads to greater productivity. However, managing one's time better is what gives us the energy to succeed in both our personal and work lives. This book provides advice from successful people on managing your time more effectively.

Managing Time And Stress

Author: Jeffrey L. Buller, Ph.D
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1475846002
Size: 17,82 MB
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Practical, field-tested advice on how academic leaders can deal with times pressures and the other stresses of their positions.

The Life Actionbook

Author: Steve Shockley
Editor: StormShock Press via PublishDrive
ISBN: 1948665026
Size: 13,59 MB
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Struggling to identify your greatest strengths and opportunities? Discover a powerful collection of tools and techniques to find your perfect path. Are you overwhelmed by the idea of personal development? Are you worried you'll never find a simple system to start your self improvement? Author and MBA graduate Steve Shockley has studied and applied key growth techniques to every area of his life. Now he’s distilled these lessons into a powerful approach that will help you discover your own journey to fulfillment. The Life Actionbook: Tools and Actions for Personal Development offers a unique approach that allows you to uncover your ultimate direction toward self-realization. With strength assessments and concise guidance to quickly improve your results, you'll be a healthier, more productive, and infinitely more positive you in no time. In The Life Actionbook, you’ll discover: - Nine specific areas for improvement and how to address them so you can get started right away - Special chapters on Mindset, Diet, Fitness, and more, to help you focus on the best return on your time spent - Time-saving methods to help you level up faster - Lessons and concrete actions to help you get traction for sustainable change - Over 300 hacks, quizzes, tools, and exercises to help you grow rapidly, and much, much more! The Life Actionbook is a thorough collection of personal development techniques that will make you fly higher than ever before. If you like straight-to-the-point guidance, practical techniques, and a robust catalog of self-improvement topics, then you’ll love Steve Shockley’s comprehensive resource. Buy The Life Actionbook to take control of your next step forward today!

Working In The Gig Economy

Author: Thomas Oppong
Editor: Kogan Page Publishers
ISBN: 0749483563
Size: 13,74 MB
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There are new flexible and independent working opportunities available in the gig economy for those brave enough to seize them. It is estimated that the number people involved with the gig economy will double in the next four years. New generation workers are realising that they can break the chains of corporate work and go at it alone. With flexible working hours, fluid work arrangements and technology that they can leverage to their advantage, people are creating purposeful careers that fit in with their lives, not the other way around. Working in the Gig Economy is the ultimate guide to successfully navigating the new flexible world of work. This is a book that will allow you to really examine the possibilities of freelance and flexible working. Is it really for you? Do you have what it takes to stay motivated, get clients to hire you and achieve that long-yearned for work-life balance? Thomas Oppong is an expert in entrepreneurship and the gig economy. With this book, he takes readers through the main pitfalls of working for themselves, including how to stay productive, how to manage your professional network, build a personal brand and crucially how to keep the work coming and get paid on time. Working in the Gig Economy is the essential guide to having a successful and fulfilling career in the gig economy.

Promoting Health A Practical Guide E Book

Author: Angela Scriven
Editor: Elsevier Health Sciences
ISBN: 070206694X
Size: 19,90 MB
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Promoting Health: A Practical Guide continues to offer health promotion workers with an essential guide to day-to-day planning and service delivery in a variety of different areas of practice. Describes the international and national strategies and movements that have emerged to reduce inequalities in health Examines the concept of need and provides tools to assist in the identification of health promotion needs Contains almost 50 exercises and 20 Case Studies to engage readers and reinforce learning Describes the knowledge and skills required to draw on evidence, undertake research and use various techniques to inform and prioritise health promotion practice Shows how to ensure that health promotion work contributes to local and national strategies Looks at the concept of ‘value for money’ via learning ways of thinking based in health economics Shows how to develop key skills that include information management, report writing, time management, project management, and change management Looks at the effectiveness of good communication skills and emphasises the importance of establishing high-quality professional relationships Provides practical guidance on the preparation of communication tools which range from leaflets, posters and display boards to the use of radio and television Will reflects recent changes to the structure and organisation of the NHS To include national standards for work in health promotion and public health Discusses the latest research on the comparative effectiveness of different approaches to health promotion Refers to the effectiveness of novel techniques, including the use of Social Media via Twitter and YouTube.

How To Be A Happy Academic

Author: Alexander Clark
Editor: SAGE
ISBN: 1526449048
Size: 10,51 MB
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Want to be an effective, successful and happy academic? This book helps you hone your skills, showcase your strengths, and manage all the professional aspects of academic life. With their focus on life-long learning and positive reflection, Alex and Bailey encourage you to focus on your own behaviours and personal challenges and help you to find real world solutions to your problems or concerns. Weaving inspirational stories, the best of research and theory, along with pragmatic advice from successful academics, this book provides step-by-step guidance and simple tools to help you better meet the demands of modern academia, including: Optimising your effectiveness, priorities & strategy Workflow & managing workload Interpersonal relationships, and how to influence Developing your writing, presenting and teaching skills Getting your work/life balance right. Clear, practical and refreshingly positive this book inspires you to build the career you want in academia.

Zeitmanagement F R Systemadministratoren

Author: Tom Limoncelli
Editor: Springer DE
ISBN: 9783897214651
Size: 10,38 MB
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Sie sind gern Sysadmin, klar. Sie haben Ihr Hobby zum Beruf gemacht. Es stort Sie nicht, bis spat in der Nacht vorm Rechner zu sitzen, das machen Sie in Ihrem Privatleben auch ofter mal. Als Sysadmin mussen Sie viele Projekte gleichzeitig managen und haben eine unubersichtliche Menge verschiedener, kleinteiliger Aufgaben zu bewaltigen. Und das bei standigen Unterbrechungen durch Chefs oder Kollegen, die schnell etwas wissen wollen oder dringend Hilfe brauchen. All das in der regularen Arbeitszeit zu schaffen, ist nicht ohne. Der Autor dieses Buchs, Thomas A. Limoncelli, ist selbst Systemadministrator und kennt die Anforderungen an den Beruf genau. Zeitmanagement fur Systemadministratoren konzentriert sich auf die Techniken und Strategien, die Ihnen helfen, Ihre taglichen Aufgaben als Sysadmin zu bewaltigen und gleichzeitig kritische Situationen in den Griff zu bekommen, die unvorhergesehen auf den Plan treten. Unter anderem lernen Sie, wie Sie mit Unterbrechungen am besten umgehen Ihren Kalender effektiv fuhren Routinen fur wiederkehrende Aufgaben entwickeln Prioritaten klug setzen Zeitfresser eliminieren Arbeitsprozesse automatisieren und dokumentieren"

Der Einfache Weg Zu Einem Langen Leben

Author: David B. Agus
Editor: Piper Verlag
ISBN: 3492966004
Size: 16,88 MB
Format: PDF
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Jeder Mensch kann etwas dafür tun, ein möglichst langes und gesundes Leben zu führen – und das ist gar nicht schwer! Auf der Basis aktuellster medizinischer Forschungsergebnisse zeigt der vielfach ausgezeichnete Arzt David B. Agus leicht verständlich und für jeden umsetzbar, wie wir unsere Gesundheit selbst in die Hand nehmen können. Welche Lebensmittel uns gut tun, welche Rolle Routinen in unserem Alltag spielen sollten, welches Maß an Bewegung am gesündesten ist und welche Vorsorgeuntersuchungen in den jeweiligen Altersgruppen tatsächlich sinnvoll sind. Das handliche Praxisbuch zu seinem Bestseller »Leben ohne Krankheit«, in dem die Prävention eine zentrale Rolle spielt – ein Augenöffner und eine praktische Anleitung, das Beste für sich selbst zu tun.

Die Kunst Des Klugen Fragens

Author: Warren Berger
Editor: ebook Berlin Verlag
ISBN: 3827077052
Size: 13,10 MB
Format: PDF
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Während die meisten Bücher über Kreativität und erfolgreiche Lebensführung schnelle und leicht verdauliche Antworten liefern, setzt der Innovationsforscher Warren Berger ganz woanders an: bei den Fragen. Berger hat die Strategien der kreativsten Köpfe aus Wirtschaft und Wissenschaft, darunter Steve Jobs, Jeff Bezos und Larry Page, untersucht und festgestellt, dass sie alle eine besondere Fähigkeit auszeichnet - die richtigen Fragen zu stellen. Was wir als Kinder intuitiv tun, nämlich die Welt permanent in Frage zu stellen, um sie zu begreifen, treibt uns das Erziehungssystem aus und trimmt uns auf Antworten. Dabei kommt es heute mehr denn je darauf an, diese Fähigkeit wiederzubeleben, um zu kreativen Lösungen zu gelangen. Anhand von sechzig erstaunlichen Geschichten zeigt Berger, auf welche Weise die richtige Fragestellung den kreativen Prozess antreibt. Nur wenn wir unsere eingeübten Annahmen in Zweifel ziehen, wenn wir lernen, uns vertraute Situationen so zu betrachten, als wären sie neu, kann es gelingen, die richtigen Lösungen zu finden. Ein lebhaft und humorvoll geschriebenes und dennoch hoch fundiertes Buch, mit dem wir lernen, die Welt – und uns selbst – neu zu betrachten.

Lykke

Author: Meik Wiking
Editor:
ISBN: 9783431039955
Size: 17,94 MB
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