Adapted from PUSH
We're all stuck with the same 24 hours in a day. So it's not time management that we need to improve, it's personal management. The system you'll learn today teaches you not how to do more but what to do less of so that you can make most productive use of your time.
The fact that someone as busy as you has carved out the time to read this book says that you're probably one of the most organized people you know. But if you wish to be even more productive, that requires changing or improving just a few of your habits—incremental, manageable habits that you can begin today.
If you want to move faster in your career, improve your business, have more time for your family, friends, or fitness pursuits, then you have no choice but to develop habits that allow you to make better use of your time. Today you will.
Productivity doesn't mean working more, it means being alert to opportunities to better use every moment. And time management isn't about creating more hours in the day, it's about getting in the habit of scheduling your day in a way that allows you to honor your priorities and get to the important stuff! As you'll see, exercise is the key.