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Old 01-08-11, 08:46 AM   #1
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Anyone here ever read self-help books?

I'm looking for some recommendations. Specifically I'm wanting to work on time management and organizational skills for work.
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There is one written by J. Christ and his colleagues that I use a lot.
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There is one written by J. Christ and his colleagues that I use a lot.
That one is a bit wordy for my liking. I need the book to get to the point. I am looking at time management after all.
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I have. It didn't help.
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That one is a bit wordy for my liking. I need the book to get to the point. I am looking at time management after all.
it will help you manage time into eternity. just sayin'
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Reading all prior posts in Foo would be a good start
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