Why BizWorkLife?

There are a lot of people out there who want to help you with time management. Why should you go with BizWorkLife?

Simply put, we’ll get you where you need to be faster, and we recognize that to do it in a way that’s sustainable you have to think about it from the point of view of work-life balance.

That said, there are certainly other ways to go about achieving time management skills. Each has its pros and cons. Here they are:

Alternatives to BizWorkLife:

Youtube/Blogs

Free, and a fine place to start if you know nothing.  After all, if you’re in a state of disaster any improvement will have a dramatic effect.  At some point you’ll need to move to the professional level and take your ambition more seriously.  We think that the sooner you do it the better. Especially if it keeps you from learning bad habits.

Books

A couple of the better books on this will get you most of the way there— if you read them carefully— for around $25.  You’ll probably have to adapt them for your situation.

LinkedIn/Udemy/Coursera/etc.

Prices vary, but somewhere in the $20-$40 range for LinkedIn and Udemy.  The real problem here is picking a good one, as there are a many, many, many to choose from.  A lot of them emphasize apps— which is fine, but if you don’t know the concepts behind what the apps are trying to do for you then you won’t know what you’re supposed to be getting from them.  Coursera, which you can view for free, skews to the academic side like full-scale program management courses. If that’s what you need, then use them because our course is not that.

Actual Courses

Courses for business persons and professionals, such as are taught in the adult education classes of a college, can run about $300.  They tend to last 6 weeks or so and the content is very similar to ours.  If you have the money and need “in person,” it’s worth it because the material is life-changing.

Weekend Business Seminars

They can cost $2000 and up. We have no idea if these are worth it, but for that money they better be brilliant.  In our view you’re probably better off hiring a personal consultant.