There are a number of time management tools on the market. The following is a list of some that I find useful:
StayFocusd is an online tool that blocks Windows and Mac applications like email. This helps the user to not get disrupted during the times they should be productive. IF you are an easily distracted person this can be beneficial in bother your professional and personal life.
OneNote is ultimate note taker, which is part of Microsoft Office 2010, allows you to keep organized virtual folders to file away notes. OneNote is particularly useful when you're collecting a massive amount of research. Its drag and drop function makes it very easy to stay organized. I believe this app is great in my professional life, but I have no real reason to use it in my personal life.
Remember the Milk is an application service provider for Web-based task- and time-management. It allows users to manage tasks from a computer or smartphone, both online and offline This is a multipurpose app that allows you to manage time in all areas of your life. This is a must.
List.ly is a great resource for those who prefer lists. But it's not your ordinary to-do list; it's highly engaging and makes it easier to receive crowd-sourced feedback. I am a list person so this is defiantly used in my professional and personal life. If you are like me I find list to be a great way to achieve all of my daily task.
Mindmeister is a cloud-based productivity tool lets you customize an easy-to-revise virtual mind map. MindMeister is best for visual people because it's focused on goals rather than lists and orders. And you can easily collaborate with others on a project—even via mobile. I am not a visual person and do much better with listly, but I have several friends that have much success using this application in their person and professional life.
I hope you find these applications interesting and maybe one of them can help you manage your time in your life.