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Trying to remember a bunch of details and tasks isn't the best use of your brainpower. By collecting all of your tasks in one place, you can reserve your mental energy for work that drives significant results, both in your professional life and your personal life.
To start, productivity expert Maura Thomas takes us through an exercise called "brain dumping," which will clear your mind of all the things you're trying to remember you have to do—all the things that are distracting you or keeping you up at night. She then shows us the right way to use a calendar, the tools you'll need to succeed, and a better way of categorizing your tasks in order to identify the best use of your time and inspire you to take action.
This is not another book on time management; this is a book on how to take back control of your busy life. Not only will you be focusing on the things that truly matter, but you'll also experience boosts in your mood and mindset—you'll feel more in control and less overwhelmed; you'll feel a greater sense of accomplishment now that you're focusing on what's truly important to you.