Time management skills leadership

Learn time management skills for today

Time management skills leadership means taking control of your time. Whether you want to boost your productivity or find better work life balance, time management is the key to your success.

Danny Hile is an author, blogger and productivity specialist who can teach you how to master your time.

Time to Start Your Next Big ThingWho should learn time management skills?

Anyone who wants greater control over their own time should learn time management skills. Some of Danny’s followers and readers include:

  • Entrepreneurs
  • Executive assistants
  • Executives
  • Freelancers
  • Office workers
  • Professionals
  • Sales people
  • Students

Essential time management skills

Danny’s mission is to help busy people, like you, learn business skills and step up to today’s challenges and opportunities:

  • Find time for work life balance and what really matters;
  • Start your own part time business, passion or side project;
  • Find time to increase your value to your clients or employer;
  • Overcome the busyness trap and power up your productivity;
  • Stop feeling overwhelmed and feel back in control.

We live in an always on, always connected world and therefore we have great challenges and opportunities ahead of us. If you learn effective time management skills and how to be resourceful, you can step up and meet any challenge or seize any opportunity.

7 simple steps to master your time

Danny’s book, ‘Time to Start’, will help you get back in control of your time and achieve your goals. ‘Time to Start’ will help you master 7 essential time management skills:

  1. Create your personal mission statement.
  2. Set your own goals
  3. Focus on what you want
  4. Organise your schedule
  5. Make your own decisions
  6. Act on your decisions
  7. Review your results and progress

‘Time to Start’ helps your answer the question, “What would you start if you had more time?

“Lack of direction, not lack of time is the problem. We all have 24 hour days” -Zig Ziglar, American author, salesman and motivational speaker.

What others are saying about ‘Time to Start’

“A very thoughtful coverage of achievement in life… This is not a large volume. It provides the challenges, details the mechanism and typical decisions one encounters.”

-David Pankhurst, The Book Connection


“Danny’s book is highly actionable and very straight forward… with some of the challenges I have experienced over the last couple of years, it’s brought to my attention the ever-increasing need for me to master my minutes. And so, I know for myself, I need to read this book over and over and over.”

-Nathan Shooter, Thrive Media


“What I liked about this book was it took some complex time management ideas and simplified them. Danny did a great job balancing stories of personal experience and setting actionable tasks to give even the most unorganized person an easy to follow step by step time management system. I highly recommend you read this book whether you want to find more time to start a business, find time for a hobby, start exercising or even find more time for your family. 5 Stars!”

-Peter Brown, Fisique Body Transformations


“I’m really impressed with this book. It’s small and easy to read (and carry around while travelling) but also SO full of gems that it needs a re-write with a highlighter. I’ll be using this as a resource and sharing it with clients also, who will not only start their next big thing, but carry it through to completion with the tools in this well thought out book”.

-Kerrie Phipps, KerriePhipps.com

Pick up your copy of ‘Time to Start’ today.

Learn essential time management skills. Grab your copy of Time to Start today.






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