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Time Management
Are you busy? With this download, learn what it means to be a good steward of your time and how to do it.
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Are you busy? It's a silly question to ask these days because who isn't? With these eight assessments, learn what it means to be a good steward of your time and how to do it. Develop a plan for better time management, take inventory of bad habits and wasted time, and root out the stress of busyness. Each assessment conveniently fits on one page, so they're easy to print, copy, and hand out.

This Resource contains all of the following:

The Discipline of Time Management 
Time is saved by personal discipline.

Examining Time Spent 
5 questions to ask when you look at your “done” list.

Make the Most of Your Minutes  
10 ways to take control of the clock.

Arresting the Time Bandits 
These ornery villains will steal your time if you let them.

The Roots of Busyness 
How being busy grows from necessity to compulsion.

Winning the War for Family Time 
8 ways to give family their rightful place.

Spend Time Like You Spend Money 
The same advice that saves your pocketbook can save your schedule.

Goal-Oriented Time Management 
Your time crunch can’t be solved tomorrow, but it can be solved.

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Topics:Balance, Discernment, Family, Growth, Health, Leadership, Management, Time
Filters:Christian education, Church board, Discipleship, Management, Office administrator, Stewardship
References:Psalm 90:12, Ephesians 5:15-16, Ecclesiastes 2:22-23
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