Top 7 Time Management Books of All-time

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Top 7 Time Management Books of All-time

Top 7 Time Management Books of All-time

Time management ranks high on everyone’s personal and professional agenda – whether you are an entrepreneur, corporate professional, research associate, student, or pursue any other occupation. But even when you make time to browse through a good time management book, the sheer explosion of choices can leave you flummoxed. So we simplified the task for you by compiling a list of our top 7 picks of the best time management books of all time.

#1 The 4-Hour Workweek: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, And Join The New Rich 

Making it to the New York Times Bestseller list, 4 years in a row – this book by Tim Ferris is the atlas of time management and productivity. Whether you dream of retiring rich, attaining the elusive work life balance or earning a handsome salary without slogging yourself to burnout – this book has something for everyone.  Read more

#2 Becoming the 1%: How to Master Productivity and Rise to the Top in 7 Days

A book by a ‘pretty normal guy’ – yes that’s how author Dennis Crosby describes himself, this one proves time management is for everyone – not just CEOs and super successful people. Building on the analogy of Olympic athletes, this book gives out a seven day program to realize your dreams and be among the 1% of the super productive population of the world. Here’s what Amazon reviews say 

#3 Eat That Frog! 21 Great Ways to Stop Procrastinating and Get More Done in Less Time

Through 21 chapters – each presenting a different methodology or idea to nail the productivity game, author Brian Tracy shares his real life experiences and actionable insights that beginners in the time management space can start applying right away! The book’s name draws from a famous quote by Mark Twain, who said:
“Eat a live frog first thing in the morning and nothing worse will happen to you the rest of the day” Here’s what Amazon reviews say

 #4 The Checklist Manifesto: How To Get Things Right

This book comes recommended by Jack Dorsey- Co-founder and CEO of Twitter and CEO of Square and the main idea in this book was recently adopted by none other than World Health Organization (WHO) when it released a simple surgical checklist – something that is being hailed as the “the biggest clinical invention in thirty years”. Author Atul Gawande reveals in this book how a simple checklist can hold the answer to simplifying the knowledge overload and complexity in today’s world. Read more

#5 The Seven habits of Highly Effective People

This all time favorite time management book by Stephen Covey stresses on the importance of proactive prioritizing to make time for tasks that really matter, rather than being reactive when timelines stare you in the face. This one’s for those who are in it for the long haul as adopting the seven habits listed in the book are about changing your way of life – no quick fix here people! Read more

#6 What the Most Successful People Do: Before Breakfast, At Work, and on the Weekend

In her wildly popular series of three shirt books, time management expert and author Laura Wanderkam shares how you can emulate what the successful people do to lead happier, more fulfilling, and successful lives.  Read more

#7 Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity

Didn’t we tell you before that productivity is directly related to your ability to waste time? Author and time management expert David Allen’s premise in this book builds on that thought too. He says only a clear and relaxed mind is capable of realizing its true productivity and creative potential. Read more 

By | 2018-01-11T04:30:56+00:00 June 6th, 2017|Book Review, Productivity, Reviews, Time Management|1 Comment
  • Luke Wyatt

    Tim Ferris’s “4 hour work-week” has been my long time favorite, the best highlight in this book is a reprint of a hilarious article from Esquire about outsourcing personal chores to India. That’s something about personal outsourcing and time management. I follow these life-hacks and it really helps.

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