Winnipeg, Manitoba (PRWEB) September 13, 2012
Time Management Magazine will be released on the Apple Newsstand within the next 10 days, and it will be available exclusively for iPad users. With this new magazine, Apple iPad owners everywhere will have a new resource to learn how to optimize their daily lives. The new interactive publication will feature articles and videos that highlight time management applications, methods and techniques. There will also be free 10-page special issues published, which will allow curious consumers to see what the magazine is about without having to pay first.
In recent years, time management activities have been gaining popularity. "Many people say they wish they had time to do certain things or had more hours in a day to get everything done," said a representative for Time Management Magazine. “We want to help people understand they can not save time, but rather, how they can manage their time better”
The magazine's representative explained that the new publication will detail the techniques necessary to manage time more effectively. In a world where technology is advancing quickly, there are constantly new applications released to help reduce the time people spend accomplishing various tasks. However, investing money to buy these applications and spending the time learning how to use them can actually burn time and money instead of saving it. "There are some helpful time-saving tips," a magazine representative said, "but our magazine also includes entirely different time management systems other than the more well known Getting Things Done by David Allen”
"We believe it is important to balance time across personal as well as professional aspects of a persons life in order to be happy and productive. After all what good is to achieve the world without being happy?” explained the representative.
The magazine's representative said that the company's goal is to help people gain control of their lives by using time management techniques. "When people have control of how they manage their time, they are free to pursue their dreams." The magazine's motto is More Time, More Life.