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Discover the cure to time wasting!

Apr 29, 2009   //   by Shlomi   //   Featured, Time Management  //  1 Comment

Two weeks ago I was thinking about the time I waste during my day, and I realized that 24 hours a day is a very small time frame to do everything you need for your business.

What I urgently needed was a solid solution that will help me manage my day better. Something that would help me achieve my daily goals, and enable me to do much more in much less time.

I checked a couple of forum threads out there, and read some reviews. I made a list of tools I found, and I checked them all.

After my research done I came up with one that looked good, and decided I am going to buy it.

Therefore, I bought it, and well..

I am so happy that I did it, it made my days full of productive activities and Shortened my time spending during my working hours.main screen v2b 300x253 Discover the cure to time wasting!

It’s called:

The Action Machine

and well… it does what it supposed to do, it helps in taking action.

This software allows you to make very specific tasks and to set a time for accomplishing each of them. you’ll be alerted by the program when the time is up for completing any task you are working on.

It organizes every task in the order that they are supposed to be completed, allowing you to have a visual overview and have a better feeling of control over your time.

If you are anything like me, and have trouble focusing…. you should discover the cure to time wasting.

Improve your ability to take action:
The Action Machine
I hope it will help you as much it helped me.

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