Jan Yager- Put More Time on Your Side: How to Manage Your Life in a Digital World (Second Edition, Revised and Updated)
n Put More Time on Your Side: How to Manage Your Life in a Digital World, sociologist, business, and relationship expert Dr. Jan Yager helps you to become more efficient in a work world that is more demanding and 24/7 than ever before.
In this concise and provocative book, you will learn:
The #1 factor you can control to revolutionize your time management.
How to deal with distractions and fragmentation.
Coping with time wasters like over-scheduling, inadequate pacing, poor planning, procrastination, or perfection.
How to master office relationships and politics to save time.
Sociologist/time/people guru; author of 40+ books, Jan Yager has a Ph.D. in sociology from The City University of New York Graduate Center, where she had a pre-doctoral National Science Foundation fellowship.
Jan also has an M.A. in criminal justice from Goddard College Graduate Program and a B.A. in fine arts from Hofstra University where she was Art Student of the Year.
The award-winning author of more than 40 books, translated into 34 languages, Jan has published such nonfiction international hits as WHEN FRIENDSHIP HURTS (Simon & Schuster), in 29 languages, WORK LESS, DO MORE: The 7-Day Productivity Makeover (in 12 languages), FRIENDSHIFTS; THE FAST TRACK GUIDE SPEAKING IN PUBLIC; 365 DAILY AFFIRMATIONS FOR HEALTHY AND NURTURING RELATIONSHIPS; 125 WAYS TO MEET THE LOVE OF YOUR LIFE (SECOND EDITION) as well as the
novel THE PRETTY ONE. She co-authored two thrillers with her husband Fred: UNTIMELY DEATH and JUST YOUR EVERYDAY PEOPLE, which is currently in development to be made into a movie by the new film division of Hannacroix Creek Books, Inc.
Jan has appeared on numerous TV/cable and radio talk shows, in the United States and internationally, including THE TODAY SHOW, THE VIEW, OPRAH, GOOD MORNING AMERICA, THE EARLY SHOW, CBS SUNDAY MORNING, ABC NIGHTLINE, THE O’REILLY FACTOR, and others.
An adjunct assistant professor in the Department of Sociology at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, part of the City University of New York, Jan has had prior full-time teaching positions at the New York Institute of Technology and Penn State as well as part-time positions at The New School, Temple University, and St. John’s University.
Her website is http://www.drjanyager.com
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