It Takes An Egg Timer, A Guide to Creating the Time for Your Life: Now Available on Kindle and in Paperback on Amazon and Other Select Online Retailers

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What if the secret to creating and managing your time was not some elaborate system of charts or fancy new app for your iPhone? What if it was as simple as an ordinary kitchen egg timer?

That is the premise of It Takes An Egg Timer, a Guide to Creating the Time for Your Life. This part guide and part manifesto offers uncomplicated solutions to creating and managing your time that start with the basic egg timer.

It is written not just for the self-employed and entrepreneurs struggling to keep themselves on task, productive and happy but also for those who simply dream about making a change in their life, big or small, and are convinced that what is stopping them is not enough time.

“The point of using an egg timer is to busy ourselves with what engages us, not what distracts us from our purpose and our path.”

“Ask yourself: how is what I am doing going to make me money? How is this task helping to manifest my bigger intentions? Is it worth setting the egg timer for?

Informative and entertaining, It Takes An Egg Timer will inspire and motivate you to examine how you use and misuse your time. At the end you will no longer ask yourself whether you have the time to do what you want, but what you will do with it now that you’ve found it.

About the author: Joanne Tombrakos has a genetic predisposition to organization and being a self-starter. This served her well in her professional career, first as a public school teacher and later as an advertising sales executive working for companies that include CBS and Time Warner. In 2008 she left that behind to become an entrepreneur. The challenges she faced are the genesis of this book.

A writer, coach and speaker as well as the author of a novel, The Secrets They Kept, Joanne blogs on living and working after corporate America at She and her egg timer reside in New York City. For interviews and further information contact: Joanne Tombrakos joanne(at)joannetombrakos(dot)com or 212-307-0075

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