In January I decided to that I need to work on my time management and organization skills. Especially with the amount of different projects and events happening in and around my life, I need to find scraps of time here and there. Not to mention I need to remember tasks, people, the locations of miscellanous small items, and other important bits of data. In the past one of my friends, Lina–she is who helped get me on track in university–pointed out the Mind Tools website as a great resource. So last month, lured by the prospect of free e-books I subscribed to the Mind Tools website. Even with the little time I have to read all the Mind Tools resources, I still found that the subscription definitely paid off. Now I probably do not need the more managerial material. But the time management, communication and project management resources already proved useful. Heck I did not know that I have started implementing the concept of kaizen and reducing mud. I highly recommend the Mind Tools site as a valuable organizational and time management skills training resource.