Managing Time at Your Own Pace with Time Management Book Time management books are good resources for people who wants to learn the principles of time management today but do not have the resources. Time management books are also good guides and reinforcement to those who have attended a time management course and want to update themselves and get a fresh view from another. Time management is not meant to plunge the self into an unrelenting activity, moving every which way, ending up the day exhausted and achieving next to nothing. I know this is anal but often it is done that way. Time management is the ability to adopt to the limitation of time that is allowed to each of us everyday focussing on the envisioned end result and not necessarily on the movement per se. Others have psychological barriers in their personality that makes it more difficult for them to practice the principles taught. If you already know how to manage your time and still do not apply the principles, do not give up. Simply start all over again because the most enduring and best learned skills are those that have been practiced with dedication a little at a time without giving up. While time management training is popular anywhere in the world and trainees sincerely wants to adopt its principles, many training programs can fail when advises talks of generalities and less on the actual realities of the worker. Another common approach that can fail is to ask the trainees what they expect to address and resolve at the start of the time management training program and resolve this at the end with approaches that are still generic. The rule is, if the other person can do the job 80% as well, the job will be delegated. This is one of the main reasons why very effective people very seldom look and feels stressed and fatigued. The things that we do, do not cause stress and fatigue. Often it is caused by the constant worry of the things that we must still do and there is little left time for it. Increase satisfaction People who have effective management skills are recognized for the good contributors that they are and are richly rewarded because management is always on the lookout for people who have proven discipline paths that can be replicated. Reduces stress Often it is not the amount of work done but the amount of work that is yet to be done that causes stress.