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Successful Ways to Manage your Time!

June 8, 2020

Are you looking for ways to put the “Pro” in productivity? 

Whether you are looking for ways to break the habit of procrastination or trying to figure out how to navigate working or studying from home during these uncertain times, the RRC Library offers excellent resources that can help you develop skills to better manage your time. 

If you are looking for a summer read, check out the two eBooks in the RRC collection listed below, they both offer tips and tricks on how to effectively manage your time.

eBooks

Successful Time Management in a Week
by Robert Ashton

Successful Time Management in a Week teaches you key points that will help you increase your efficiency and productivity successfully. With an ‘in a week’ structure, the book has seven straightforward chapters.

Time Management
by Brian Tracy

In Time Management, author Brian Tracy reveals 21 proven time management techniques that can help you gain more productive hours in your everyday. 

These are just a couple examples of the books available online from the Library. Want to find more? Try entering keywords such as time management or productivity in OneSearch (Tip: To limit to e-resources, click the Available online filter on the left side).

Additional Resources:

Take a look at the fantastic guide and blog created by the RRC Library and the Academic Support Centre for tips and tricks on how to manage your time better, effective ways to study from home, and how to avoid procrastinating!

Have a question? Ask Us!Ask Us button for Library chat

While the Library’s physical doors are still closed, our online service desk is up and running! Whether you are staff or student, we welcome whatever questions you may have for us.

To connect with us, visit library.rrc.ca and click on the Ask Us chat button or email us at library@rrc.ca. We also offer virtual meetings upon request.


In these uncertain times when many of us are unexpectedly isolated in work and study, RRC Library wants you to know that we care and are still here to assist you.