Item description for Secrets to Getting More Done in Less Time by Donna Otto...
Overview Formerly titled "Get More Done in Less Time," this work contains Donna's proven methods and practices to transform a hopeless schedule into a healthy lifestyle. Ideal for stay-at-home moms and women in the workforce, this work includes handy forms, clever advice, and more.
Deadlines. Clutter. Unending responsibilities. These things and many others can overwhelm the daily experience of joyful living for most women. Now home and life management expert Donna Otto reveals how secrets of the trade will help readers get more done "and "have time left over.
With Donna's proven methods and practices, the least organized or most overworked woman will discover easy ways to--master time and maximize ituse personalized planners effectivelyinvolve the family so everybody benefits
Handy forms, clever advice, relatable examples from Donna's life, and contagious enthusiasm make this a productive and inspirational read. Home owners, brides, stay-at-home moms, and women in the workforce will appreciate these easy steps to a better life.
Formerly titled "Get More Done in Less Time"
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Studio: Harvest House Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.48" Width: 5.58" Height: 0.69" Weight: 0.73 lbs.
Release Date Mar 15, 2006
Publisher Harvest House Publishers
ISBN 0736917152 ISBN13 9780736917155
Availability 129 units. Availability accurate as of May 28, 2017 04:50.
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More About Donna Otto
Otto speaks at home-and-life management conferences.
Reviews - What do customers think about Secrets to Getting More Done in Less Time?
The best book! Jun 22, 2006
I just finished reading this book and I loved it! Donna's writting style is easy and fun to read. She gives many practical advises and motivates to become organized. Great book! I am going to reread it many times!
Useful and sensible with requiring a lot of money Mar 21, 2006
You can't remember what time an important meeting is. You missed your niece's birthday AGAIN, and you have to sidle into the closet past shelves with protruding rolls of wrapping paper and clothes left from ten years ago. You know you should do something about it, but every time you think about it, the project sends you running for chocolate to stave off depression. Sound familiar? Me, too.
Home- and life-management expert, Donna Otto, finds it familiar too because she helps people like us organize our lives. She shares her strategies in Secrets to Getting More Done in Less Time, an update to her former book, Get More Done in Less Time. Donna offers ideas on managing your time, household, closets, and papers, but she also guides you in teaching your children how to help, making Christmas less stressful, and inspiring your prayer life.
Otto spends four chapters on organizing a day planner which helps with time, finances, planning, shopping, and more. She includes forms that you can copy for everything from shopping lists to birthdays to calendars to camping lists. Though the chapters on the day planner seemed a little much for my quiet lifestyle, others might find them helpful.
Utilizing humor, quotations, and anecdotes, Otto writes directly to her readers. Most of the book applies to the home, though some chapters overlap to the office, such as the chapters on efficiently caring for paperwork and some of the day planner chapters. Many of her ideas are useful and sensible without requiring a lot of money. - Debbie W. Wilson, Christian Book Previews.com
A good book Mar 21, 2006
Donna Otto's Secrets to Getting More Done in Less Time has dummied down the business model of time management and organization into a format that anyone can easily apply. Her common-sense approach to organizing life management is written in a conversational format for the reader.
She shares her own experiences to de-mystify how use a day planner and make it work, how to personalize her organizational tips to accommodate your own style or how to unravel the confusion and paralyses of clutter, holiday pressures and every-day household responsibilities.
Donna's well-rounded view of organizing includes adding prayer time. This additional aspect to her secrets ensures a time of rest and nourishment to the soul through adoration, confession, thanksgiving and supplication.
Armchair Interviews says: Anyone who is at the beginning a new job, a family or project will appreciate Donna's encouragement as they embark into the unknown to accomplish their goals.