Have you ever noticed that there’s simply not enough time in each day?

For as long as I can remember, there have simply been too many things to do each day. And I’ve always been a little in awe of the people whose to-do lists change every day, as opposed to just getting bigger and bigger with entries that have been there for months, if not longer.

So it didn’t take me long (I think) to realize that my biggest enemy was my complete lack of time management skills.

Over the years I’ve tried to simply “force” myself to be more efficient, stricter to-do lists, different books and different methodologies. Some have been a complete and utter waste of… er… time, while others have proved to be quite invaluable.

TimePanic by Lionel Spohr is a really good and quite original approach to getting on top of your time management.

No matter who you are or what you do, if you’re looking for a means of taming the beast of time, this software might be just what you’re looking for.

It will help you improve your efficiency at work, keep on top of different projects, keep an overview of your priorities, see where the time is actually going throughout the day and much more.

TimePanic will run under Win98/ME/NT4/2k/XP/2003.

Further information and a free 30-day trial version are available from the TimePanic Web site.

Time is one of the most important assets you have. Learn to manage it and you will get more done, stay on top of your deadlines, improve efficiency, and boost your productivity. This one is well worth a look.