Does the idea of being able to multiply time sound too good to be true? Rory Vaden’s new book, “Procrastinate on Purpose: 5 Permissions to Multiply Your Time” will prove otherwise. In it he profiles some of the most successful people on the planet now being called Multipliers and the book explodes the fallacy of finite time.
The research from him and his team at the Center for the Study of Self-Discipline revealed that high performing people today think very differently about time compared to most people. To a Multiplier, long gone are the days of the same old tired time management strategies of calendars, checklists, to do lists and prioritizing. Multipliers don’t make decisions based on importance or urgency but rather on significance. They know that how we choose to spend our time isn’t just logical but also emotional. And they’ve ushered in a new era of time management theory, which isn’t just about creating more time; they’ve figured out how to Multiply time. [Read more…]