Telling Your Time – ebook

What if you could change your life in 30 pages?

(And for the price of a fancy coffee?)

Tell Your Time: How To Manage Your Schedule So You Can Live Free outlines a straightforward, step-by-step approach to controlling your schedule and ensuring the important things don’t fall through the cracks.

Tell Your Time helps you accomplish not only what’s on your to-do list today, but what’s on your to-do list for life.


Why not give it a shot? It’s a quick and easy read with a potentially life-changing payoff!


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What you’ll find inside

I’ve always thought it a little funny that many time management books are so…well, time consuming! For that reason, I’ve put great effort into making this a quick read that packs a huge, practical punch.

Instead of wading through pages of theoretical commentary on time management, I think your time is better spent implementing tools which will help you see real change.

Sound familiar?

  • Ever set a goal with excitement and enthusiasm only to lose your oomph almost as soon as you started?
  • Do you have life goals? Are you reaching them? If not, does the thought of compiling a list overwhelm you?
  • Are you working toward your dreams or does life keep you too occupied?
  • Are you confident you’ll get to the end of life and be happy with how you spent your days?

These are issues you’ll tackle in Tell Your Time. In just thirty pages and four steps. Go for it!

Many organizational tools tell you how to fine tune the details of your day-to-day routine.  Tell Your Time is unique because it helps you see the “big picture” of why you are doing daily activities in the first place.  If you are a busy mom like me I highly recommend that you get this e-book! ~Kimberlee,The Peaceful Mom

[Tell Your Time] was awesome! First, it was short – didn’t take forever for me to get to the practical tips – it was all practical! Amy showed me how to sift my priorities like never before, allowing me to focus and make real progress on what was truly important to me. ~Trina, All That Is Good