The Good Timing Guide is the ultimate business tool for knowing how and when to time your daily activities such as: making sales calls, signing contracts, making major purchases, introducing new products and catching up on paper work. I've used the guide for years in my business and personal life. It displays color codes for each hour of the day, so it's easy to decifer at a glance how best to plan my day. As I'm not a total convert to astrology, I've ignored the guide at various times and always been sorry. It truly is uncanny how the forces of the planets do effect our lives. I wouldn't go without it!
The 2004 Good Timing Guide is the sixth one I've purchased.
There is so much helpful information in the guide that at first one could be overwhelmed. I know initially I only scratched the surface of what it could do for me. Then, after reading and re-reading the pages of explanatory information, I began to see a difference both in my use of the guide and in what I was accomplishing.
Now, I select a new-to-me feature each year to concentrate on in making my business and personal decisions more effective and successful. This year I started to carry the guide in my purse. That's indicative of how often I refer to it; I want it at hand when I have a question or the opportunity to plan something comes up. I hope the new hard cover allows continued easy carrying.
The bottom line is: why work harder when you can work smarter? A tool "good enough" for J. P. Morgan and Walt Disney is worth studying--if you want to emulate successful people.