What to Do When There's Too Much to Do - Reduce Tasks, Increase Results, and Save 90 Minutes a Day (Condensed eBook Version)
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Instead of accepting your fate and allowing it to overwhelm you, step up and take your future in your own hands-and do what's necessary to achieve a work/life balance that you can manage indefinitely.

In today's high-octane office environment, it seems like there's never enough time to do everything you need to do, no matter how many hours you work. Worse, the pressure of fatigue and the steady demand to do more with less can stress you out both mentally and physically, ultimately strangling productivity altogether. 

This condensed eBook introduces a solution: the groundbreaking Productivity Workflow Formula™ (PWF). This simple, straightforward time management system lets you take control of your life again, so that you can have a life outside of work. If you incorporate the PWF into your life, you really can save yourself 90 minutes a day that you can use to live your life, instead of working it away. If you feel shackled to your desk, this may sound odd, but it really is possible to get more done while doing less work.

Take a look at how you can become more efficient, step by logical step.

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