Dr. Donald E. Wetmore
Don Wetmore is a full-time professional speaker who specializes exclusively in the topic of Time Management. He conducts his nationally acclaimed Time Management Seminar throughout North America and Europe for people who want more out of life in less time, and with less stress. His seminars are witty, fast paced and filled with practical, common sense ideas and tools. One of the country's leading experts on this topic, he is the author of Beat the Clock!.
You may Don at http://www.balancetime.com
Articles by Dr. Donald E. Wetmore
December 31st, 2007
Visualization. This everyday activity has the power to enhance or drastically reduce your productivity and results. Dr. Donald Wetmore explains how we can use visualization to our advantage.
August 31st, 2007
If you often work obsessively, putting in long hours and sacrificing other aspects of your life, you are not alone. These two strategies can help you get your life back under control.
March 31st, 2007
Take control of your daily schedule using this simple planning exercise.
December 31st, 2006
Part of effective time management lies in recognizing and shielding yourself from the biggest lies we tell each other every day.
March 31st, 2006
There are four time management issues, in combination with one another, that can do more to keep you from having, doing or being what you want and deserve. Read on to discover what may be impeding your success.
August 31st, 2005
If you can recapture a wasted hour here and there and redirect it to a more productive use, you can make great increases in your daily productivity and the quality of your life. In this article Dr. Wetmore shares five of the techniques that will help you do just that.
June 30th, 2005
Each week you start with 168 hours to accomplish what needs to be done in both your life and business. If you are like most people, eleven time theives will steal much of that time from you. Dr. Wetmore can help you gain back time by identifying and then arresting these time theives.
September 30th, 1999
People instinctively want to be productive. But sometimes employers can block productivity through poor business practices. Click here to read about five productivity-blocking practices you should avoid.
August 31st, 0000
Ever felt like there just wasn't enough time in the day, if only you knew how to manage our time better? Dr. Donald E. Wetmore's five best time management practices will help you do that and become a world-class expert in a topic of your choice!