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No B.S. Time Management for Entrepreneurs: The Ultimate No Holds Barred Kick Butt Take No Prisoners Guide to Time Productivity and Sanity


WARNING: This book is not for the fain of heart, fawningly polite, or desperate to be liked. This book is expressively for entrepreneurs and business owners who wear many hats―those who can’t resist piling more responsibility onto his own shoulders, who has more great ideas that time and resources to take advantage of them, who runs (not walks) through each day. Your time is incredibly valuable to you, and you are constantly “running out of it.”

Serial entrepreneur Dan S. Kennedy delivers a fresh take on the mantra “time is money” as he shows you how to drastically re-engineer your entire relationship with time and, if applied faithfully, achieve peak personal productivity and make lots and lots of money.

Learn how to: ACCURATELY CALCULATE THE VALUE OF YOUR TIME―and put a meter on those consuming itSLAY TIME VAMPIRES―like Mr. Have-You-Got-A-Minute, Mr. Meeting, and all the other bloodsuckersSTOP ‘PRODUCTIVUS INTERRUPTUS’―master the 5 time-defense tacticsACHIEVE MAXIMUM PRODUCTIVITY with Psycho-CyberneticsTHE 8 NO B.S. TIME TRUTHS never to violate despite the conspiracy against themBecome successful beyond your wildest dreams―APPLY THE #1 MOST POWERFUL PERSONAL DISCIPLINETHE 10 TIME MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES worth using. Only 10!FIRE YOURSELF! Replace yourself. Make MORE money from LESS time, and have MORE freedom to do BIG things!

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Ruth Barringham says:

A ‘Must Read’ For Everyone, Not Just Entrepreneurs I bought this as a paperback book and it is a great read. It’s easy to sit and read it all in just a 2 hour sitting.It’s a non-fiction book that reads as easily as a novel while still being full of great advice. And it’s not just advice about time management but about using your time to make you wealthy.I like the way the author (who is a entrepreneur who’ve I’ve always admired) tells plenty of stories of how his No BS time management worked for him as well as how bad…

Anonymous says:

I was a bit sceptical when buying this book because of reviews indicating a bit unorthodox, maybe even too radical, approach to time management. Nevertheless, although there are some chapters I don’t find suitable (for me), major ideas and messages are worth reading and implementing in real life.What you should bare in mind when reading this book is:1) If you don’t live in USA, but in Europe, the whole lifestyle of the author might not be possible for you – and it is important…

Anonymous says:

Dan Kennedy has brought the commentary that can only come from clear thought and experience. His action items, recommendation and personal view of the world provide a high speed super highway in a world that would otherwise have us think that “niceness” is the only tool available for being effective or that stringent thinking is somehow wrong because it is “too intense”.If you are someone who avoids things that are “too intense”, then you can be releived that…

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