Managing my time is something I either excel at or fail ridiculously. Like absolutely hopelessly fail and at the end of the day it depends on how busy I am. Surprisingly it is when I am busiest that I am the most productive and when I know I have plenty of time to work/write/blog I seem to take my sweet arse time. Which of course results in me having to try and play catch up. This is one of the things Kelly Exeter talks about in her book ‘ Your Best Year ’ and I have to agree 100%. The more time you have the more time you waste. ‘ Your Best Year Yet ’ is a self-help book of sorts but not like you expect it to be. While it does share 7 simple ways to shift your thinking and take charge of your life it does so in a way that is quick, easy and straight to the point which is great for those who are stripped of time. She doesn’t make you read a hundred pages for you to walk away and think ‘well that was a waste of time’.
When I began reading this I grabbed a post-it pad so I could take notes of points that caught my eye and before I had even hit chapter 3 I had 7 tags stuck on specific pages with tips and ideas. This didn’t slow down as I read towards the end of the book. While not everything Kelly speaks of resonated with me personally, there were a few light bulb moments that made me stop and think about how I would approach the situation. I want to share so much about this book but feel if I do give you the highlights I will be telling you the whole book so it might be best if you just grab a copy for yourself. You won’t be disappointed. It is available in a few different formats to suit everyone as well because Kelly is a thinker like that – Ebook (PDF & Kindle) and now paperback as well. I am a paperback kinda gal and think there is nothing better than the pages between my fingers. Check out her website and purchase Your Best Year Yet by Kelly Exeter here.
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