Every day you’re busy.
It should be easier… but it’s not.
Working from home, home schooling, new pressures in life… the truth is, it’s harder than ever to manage your time.
What now feels like 600 years ago (but was actually about 12) I recorded an audio programme called Time for Time.
It was a CD production (remember them?).
Last week, I received a message from a group member, Sam Broccoli. It said:
Are you a Time Lord?
I’ve just been listening to your ‘Time for Time’ and it’s more relevant now than when I bought it years ago. Could you see the future?
Sam kindly shared why Time for Time was so helpful.
I was intrigued.
Has Time for Time really stood the test of time? Or was it more Time Fraud rather than Time Lord?
At the weekend I had a listen.
Yes! Sam was spot on- it has stood the test of time. In fact, I picked up a few tips for myself – and I wrote it!
‘So where can I buy this legendary CD programme you ask?’
You probably didn’t ask, but I needed to think of a segue to the sales part of this email, and that’s the best I can do.
The truth is no one buys CD’s, we are online learners now. It’s all downloads, upload’s, MP3s and on demand.
So guess what? You guessed (that was quick).
Today, I’m excited to announce that I’ve re-released Time for Time and it’s accessible instantly by clicking here.
It’s available as an MP3 downloadable audio series and as an online audio course.
Yes, I’m not sure what the difference is either, but I’m assured that that covers all learners.
The promise is simple.
Listen to Time for Time, learn 7 strategies, choose the ones that work best for you and I guarantee you will find an hour every day.
That’s every day; seven days a week, 365 days a year .
You can find out more and obtain your instant access here.
PS The big question is, what will you do with all that time you’ll find? Please leave your answer below.