The Ultimate Time Management Toolkit

Professor Risa Williams, adjunct faculty in the College of Liberal Arts and licensed marriage and family therapist, published a second book in a three-book series, The Ultimate Time Management Toolkit, which has practical everyday tools for Adults with ADHD and “Chronically Busy People.”

The first book she published, The Ultimate Anxiety Toolkit, recently won the Independent Book Publisher Silver Medal Award.

“My intention with writing this book was to provide simple and practical tools to people to help them manage their time, feel more focused, and to stay more motivated when completing projects and tasks,” said Risa Williams about The Ultimate Time Management Toolkit.  “I want to help readers find new ways to effectively mine their mental energy in less stressful ways and help them see how they can fix their relationship with time by learning how to find the “fun” in things they need to do.”

To learn more about the Ultimate Time Management Toolkit, check out this article from Pepperdine where Risa also teaches.

The book will be launching on August 18th, 2022, but you can pre-order it here. 


More about the book 

“Do you find time constantly slipping away from you? Or does completing a to-do list feel totally unachievable? We all have 24 hours in a day, but sometimes putting them to good use can feel like an impossible task. The Ultimate Time Management Toolkit is here to change that!

Written by a clinical therapist and author of The Ultimate Anxiety Toolkit, this book focuses on practical methods and strategies, including creative worksheets and easy to use techniques, to help you find your motivation, achieve your goals and feel less stressed about organizing your time.

With 25 different techniques based on CBT, mindfulness and narrative therapy, you can find out which strategies work best for you to help transform how you use your time and learn how to feel empowered to make positive changes to habits in your daily life.”

Last Updated on August 4, 2022. 

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