Time: Friend Or Foe?
Lulu.com, 2006 M04 25 - 140 páginas
Do you feel "hurried or harried?" Are you satisfied with the way your time is spent? Do you feel that you never really seem to have TIME to enjoy the things you like in life? If so, you NEED this book! Time management is a SKILL that must be learned and practiced. This book will explain the "concept of time" and our place in it and will give you a practical vehicle for personal growth and effectiveness. Time need NOT be your enemy! Read and apply these ideas and techniques and you will become a happier, more successful person! (SEE PREVIEW!)
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