10 Best Time Management Experts in the World

Managing our time is something that many of us struggle with. If we could just get it right we could accomplish so much more! So to help you do just this, why not check out this list of the top 10 time management experts who can show you all the tips and tricks you need in order to manage your time efficiently.

1. David Allen

David Allen

Best selling author, David Allen, bills himself as both a ‘Productivity Consultant’ and ‘Time Management Consultant’. Whichever title you use, they both boil down to the same thing. And we have to say, he’s pretty damn awesome at what he does. His methods are used by well over a million professional people, including those in Fortune 500 companies and government agencies.

Allen is the creator of a management method called, Getting Things Done, and he’s also the author of the bestselling book of the same name.

2. Dennis Crosby

Dennis Crosby

Crosby is the creator of the 7-day program entitled, Becoming the 1%: How to Master Productivity and Rise to the Top in 7 Days. OK, let’s not take the title literally – you’re not going to rise to CEO level in a week…

But what this program does show you is the very methods you need to undertake to put yourself in the place that other top successful people are. And once you learn these, the world – as they say- is your oyster.

3. Laura Vanderkam

Laura Vanderkam

The great thing about Laura Vanderkam is her knack of getting right to the crux of exactly why we need to manage our time differently. She provides fab information via her many books, her blog, and public speaking.

Although she targets the female market – think juggling kids, career, relationship etc., there’s a lot of stuff here that’s valid to everyone. And yes, guys – that means you!

4. Michael Finlayson

Michael Finlayson

D’you know? Time management is just a fancy way of saying we need to avoid procrastination… And, let’s be honest, we all need to do more of that! Michael Finlayson is the expert on how to avoid procrastination. And in his awesome book, Time Management: Create Forward Momentum, he’ll show you exactly what you need to do to get your time management skills in order.

5. Tim Ferriss

Tim Ferriss

King of Time Management, Tim Ferriss has to be one of the best names out there for showing you exactly how you need to change in order to just Get… Things… Done..! Perhaps most famous for his best seller, The Four Hour Work Week, this 2007 book still forms the basis of everything he preaches about how to improve time management.

6. Julie Morganstem

Julie Morganstem

Perhaps our favorite in this whole list, Julie Morganstem teaches the philosophy that time management should be built from the inside out, and based on your unique goals, natural style and habits. It’s this very fact that makes her program, Inside Out, last (and last, and last…).

She’s written some great books, and in addition posts incredibly potent articles on her blog, and – if you’re serious about learning more – is well worth following on Twitter. She makes the complex look easy, and is, as has been quoted about her, the ‘queen’ of time management.

7. Peggy Duncan

Peggy Duncan

Calling herself a ‘Personal Productivity Expert’, Duncan is the creator of the system and website of the same name. An expert at helping you work smarter, not harder, in all aspects of your life, she’s helped hundreds of thousands manage to get their work-life balance back in order. Follow her advice and we’re pretty sure she’ll do the same for you too!

8. Peter Turla

Peter Turla

Peter Turla, AKA, The Time Man, is the founder of the National Management Institute, and is committed to helping top global companies create more productive and positive workforces.

Now, you may or may not be wanting to organize your time in a professional sense. But be it at work or at home, his time proven strategies are ones that you too can utilize to ensure that every minute of your waking hours is used productively. And doing this, it means that you end up with some ‘restful’ time in those waking hours as well – something most of us desperately crave…

9. Mike Gardner

Mike Gardner

Englishman, Mike Gardner, is also known as The Time Doctor! This guy has overcome some horrendous trade offs for working hard; heart attacks, strokes – you get the picture. He’s now worked out the importance of time management, as well as how to get that crucial work-life ratio just right.

His award winning blog is well worth checking out, and he’s also the author of the bestselling book, Business Owners: Your Family Misses You.

10. Kathryn McKinnon

Kathryn McKinnon

Boston based, Kathryn McKinnon, shares her strategies and tactics that’ll see you honestly understanding how critical good time management is – not only to your productivity, but also to your mental and physical health.

Through her blog, radio interviews, personal speaking, and coaching, she offers real and valid advice about how you can truly manage to make it seem as if you have triple the amount of hours in the day. This lady certainly knows her stuff, and will have you wondering how you ever got by before you took on her methods…