We all know the value of time. Time management refers to the efficient use of time. We all have the same twenty-four hours every day on our plate. If we use our time productively and effectively, we can make the most of the time available to us, and succeed. There should be optimum and efficient utilization of time.

For an entrepreneur, time is critically essential. Not a single entrepreneur can afford to waste his or her time in their respective lives. Entrepreneurs are usually faced with lots of challenges and difficulties each day and quickly compile massive “To Do” lists. To help in time management, we are mentioning three books which will surely help in managing time effectively.

No B.S. Time Management For Entrepreneurs by Dan Kennedy


Being an entrepreneur is not easy. You’ve got to set some serious and crucial targets in front of you. You might not achieve them all, but you have to work for them. This book focuses on three incredibly powerful tips and targets- Self-discipline is the magic power, you should avoid the time-wasting elements that want to eat your mind up and as an entrepreneur, your time is worth $340 per hour. It can be a next to impossible thing but you should have to set this kind of target.
Paul Gallipeau, Digital Marketing entrepreneur, has this as one of his highly recommended reads.

Priorities: Resources for Changing Lives by James C. Petty


This book addresses time management from a spiritual perspective. One can get more done by doing less. The success of this theory all lies in your ability to prioritize. Not everything that asks for your attention is worthy. You need to ignore things that are not your most urgent priorities.
With this resource, James C. Petty helps bring focus into frazzled lives. Using the “Assessing My Priorities” worksheet, he walks you through the process of organizing time under the categories of God, the people of God, and God’s work in the world.
With some biblical advice and practical applications, this booklet demonstrates ways in which you can reduce unnecessary stress, identify true priorities, and can get your overbooked and hectic schedule under control.

The 4-Hour Workweek by Tim Ferriss


This is an amazing book that jolts everything you’ve ever learned about the time needed to build a successful career. After reading the book, you will be able to escape the rat race, work fewer hours, and live life to the fullest.
Joel Bomgar, founder and CEO of Bomgar, had the following to say about the book:

“The productivity principles and philosophy of productivity and effectiveness encompassed in [The 4-Hour Work Week] are powerful. I read it a few years back and it was one of the most life-transforming books I’ve ever read.”

Source: www.lifehack.com