Who wouldnt love to get more work done in less time, have time for family, sports and hobbies, thus creating a relaxed way of life? The trouble is that between dream and reality, theres a clock in the way wich only lets you have 24 hours a day. Theres no way around that. Most people find being under time pressure very unpleasant; the awful realisation that 24 hours just arent enough to do what they want or have to do. Sounds familiar? You can do something about that against the clock feeling. To get to grips with the pressure of time is mainly a question of getting to grips with yourself; with what it is that you want, your behaviour, and your ideas. This needs more than a few simple tips on how to save time. The real essential of time management is choosing, organising yourself and influencing your environment. And doing all this in a way that suits you. This book will help you to make those personal choices so that you can optimize your most valuable asset; the time of your life. Ron Witjas is a business psychologist and company trainer. He is a partner in ARDIS Management Development in The Hague and specialises in giving training courses in the areas of personal development, communication and effectiveness.