Who Stole My Pie?
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Walter’s lunch… and his time are being eaten into.
Fortunately, ‘real-world’ help is at hand to help him manage his time… and inadvertently, his pies!
Join Walter in learning how to manage priorities, boundaries and expectations…
Make your life easier and more fulfilling!
Who Stole My Pie is packed with powerfully simple models, tools, tips and techniques.
If you want to gain greater control over your time then this book is for you!
Feedback for the Book
“I found the book really accessible and easy to read, it combined humour with practical solutions and strategies to use in the work place! Very useful and informative, I will use many of the solutions in my line of work for the foreseeable future.”
“Full of straight forward and practical little techniques to help anyone engage in improving and staying in control of their time, whilst managing others expectations. Have highly recommended to all my staff members and a few clients.”
“A simple, witty and effective book on time management. Highly recommended for new managers and individuals who trying to please everyone!”
“Who Stole My Pie is a great book that uses an analogous delicious pie to tell the story of someone learning about time management. The story and its characters made the book a really easy read and the information was all clearly set out and easy to take in.
Whilst there are some elements of time management in here that seem fairly common sense I found that there were also a number of new ideas that I hadn’t encountered before. I especially liked the section looking at how much time a task takes depending on what % of time you are spending being proactive or reactive with it.
Although the story is simple that makes it easy to relate to and throughout you are rooting for Walter to find a solution to his time management and his issues with pies. This draws you in and the practical advice offered seems more useful than just supplying the information as a list of tactics.
I’d recommend this book to anyone who occasionally finds themselves overwhelmed by their workload or finds themselves saying that there aren’t enough hours in the day, I’d suggest having a snack with you though as you might start to feel a little peckish!!”