Today, I’m appreciating these three ladies who are experts on how to manage time. They’re good at other things as well, but today, I’m focusing on their time management skills.
Leanne is from Edmonton in Alberta Canada and teaches online women entrepreneurs who feel overwhelmed to create more time, achieve more balance and get more done from the inside out. She helps you diskover the real reason why you have time management challenges, and what to do about them. She blogs regularly at JuggleItAll.com/, and a while ago I wrote a guest post for her blog called Master Procrastinator & Crazy Productive! When you opt in on her site, you get a bunch of tips on how to take back your time.
Rachel Z. Cornell
Rachel is from Orlando, Florida in the USA, and is known as The Pro Nagger and helps you stop using excuses for not doing what you need to do. She’s has developed road-tested methods that teach you how to keep move through the obstacles and believes nothing can cripple you but your thinking. You can find her at ProNagger.com, and she has a special group on Facebook for bloggers called The Accountability Tribe for Bloggers. On her site, she also has the Accountability Chat, a free service to help you stay on task.
Jenny is a coach and consultant for creative, solo entrepreneurs from Corvallis, Oregon in the USA. When it comes to time management, she helps you set up systems so you can get out of the daily grind and spend more time in your genius zone. Her tagline is that Business doesn’t have to be so hard. You’ll find her at JennyShih.com, where you’ll also find her free business guides.
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Thanks for featuring me, Linda! I love Jenny Shih and Rachel’s site sure looks interesting! I’ll check it out.
You’re welcome 🙂 I love them both, and you as well 🙂
I remember that Bob Proctor said this in one of his videos:
He was on a dinner with Earl Nightingale and he asked him – “Earl, how did you master time management?”
Earl chuckled and said – “I never mastered time management. No one manages time; time cannot be managed. I merely manage activities.”
But thank you for the post! I will check those ladies, seems that they are avid bloggers.
Thanks for the quote 🙂
What wonderful resources! I know I can certainly use their help to unblock myself from several projects I keep shoving to the back burner with a load of excuses!
I do the same with some things (housework and bookkeeping) 😀
Thanks for the resources. Your 3 ladies rock!
Best guide to managing time or activities I’ve ever read and implemented: Getting Things Done by David Allen. Another resource.
Thanks for the resources! As a time strategy visionary myself – I’m always looking for awesome people to follow in the field! I appreciate your bringing 3 more into my awareness!
You’re welcome 🙂 I do that too
I just met Leanne Chesser through the UBC. She’s a wonderful gal with a great personality!
I’ll need to check out the other 2 as well. Thanks for sharing their websites, Linda!
My pleasure, yes she is 🙂