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Work Smarter, Not Harder!

Making Every Minute Count:
How PIs Can Fit 28 Hours Into a 24-Hour Day

Executive Report brought to you by
Principal Investigators Association

You are pulled in all directions from finishing an experiment to writing test questions to mentoring a postdoc. How often do you find yourself running out of time? Weekly, daily, hourly? For most busy scientists, it seems there is never enough time in the day.

Time management is critical to the success of any investigator. You must manage your lab, write grant applications and do research -- all in the same day. Take the first step and get this easy-to-read time management survival guide with over 45 pages of the valuable methods and expert tips to gaining control over your day. Conquer the time wasters that are slowing you down and make every minute count.

Limited-Time Offer: Purchase this Special Report in digital (PDF) format at the special rate of $99 (reg. price $198). For a print version, please add $20 more.

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This special report is a part of the "Time Management Toolkit for Scientists." Click here to learn more!

Become a master of these skills and say goodbye to being stretched too thin:

• Managing multiple priorities

• Turn every 24 hour day into 28 hour day by getting more done

• Identify and eliminate time wasters

• Recognizing and overcoming productivity blocks

• Defragment your day by overcoming the disorganization

• Define priorities and follow through to keep research moving

• Learn time saving “to do” list techniques

• Tips on brainstorming for time saving ideas – how to get your team involved

The informational products above are brought to you as training tools by the Principal Investigators Association, which is an independent organization. The products presented and their contents are not connected with the National Institutes of Health (NIH) or the National Science Foundation (NSF), nor are they endorsed by these agencies. All views expressed are those personally held by the author and are not official government policies or opinions.