San Diego, CA (PRWEB) August 3, 2006
Recent data reports paint a conflicting picture when it comes to Americans and their time. While census reports show we have more leisure time, a recent study by the International Labor Organization states Americans feel like they have less leisure time. Time management expert and publisher of TimeThoughts.com , Rodger Constandse agrees with the research findings and explains the strange phenomena:
“Over the past few decades, technology advances like cell phones and the Internet have created a 24/7 approach to business. Add to that more couples are working to make ends meet and children are scheduled for activities more than ever before. The result of managing multiple schedules and easy access is an overstressed population. We’ve forgotten why we want to manage our time in the first place; to have more time to spend with our families, leisure activities and the things we love,” states Constandse.
TimeThoughts.com is a leading online resource library of helpful and easy ways to get time under control. Constandse has released a free Time Management Mini-Course and tips e-report, 50 Time Savers, to make each day a little more rich and full of time. From procrastination to time-wasters there is something for everyone who struggles to meet the demands of a 24/7 world. Learning how to live our priorities makes all the difference.
For a moment of peace and inspiration, http://www.TimeThoughts.com offers a brief online movie on Taking Time as a gentle reminder of what is truly important in life.
To download your free tips and the Time Management Mini-Course, please visit http://www.timethoughts.com.
Rodger Constandse is available for interviews on the latest time saving techniques for personal or business purposes. For more information, please contact Maureen O’Crean his Los Angeles based representative at 310-379-9620 or contact her through http://www.maureenocrean.com