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Online Time Management

Updated on March 30, 2008

Online Time Management

With the technology we have at our disposal these days, it is hard to stay efficient and manage our time effectively. There are so many distractions (especially online) that it is difficult to stay focused and get things done.

David Allen, author of Getting Things Done, revolutionized the way we look at time management today and many people around the world follow his system. This Hub Page will focus on how we implement GTD in our everyday life -- and how we have taken GTD to the next level with our online time management software called

We are going to post articles, videos, and more -- all with the intention of helping you maximize your time. Find out how we run 7+ businesses yet still have time for the important things in life. See how you can finally get control of your crazy email inbox, how to create massive momentum and energy first thing in the morning, and so much more.

Online time management is a tough subject to conquer because we really can't manage our time - you can't manage your time successfully during the day and get 28 hours at the end instead of 24. Instead, you have to stick to simple concepts that allow you to maximize your time so you are working on the highest target tasks during peak times of the day.

You will be surprised at how little you will have to change during your day to exponentially increase your time management effectiveness. You don't need to go to a weekend seminar, change life-long habits, or anything major like that. You just need the right time management tools and know-how and you will wonder how you ever lived any other way!

David Allen on Time Management At Google Headquarters

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      The Health Lady 9 years ago

      My goal for 2009 is to waste less time getting distracted - this info will come in handy.

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      Gems4friends 9 years ago from Spokane, WA

      Boy, this is a timely topic, especially reagrding trying to start an internet business, with the incredible load of distractions.