Organizing for Success, Second Edition provides simple, remarkably effective time management technique to help readers get two extra productive hours out of every day. The book uses "The Master List" concept to show readers how to budget their time and energy by the day, week, and month.
Readers will learn how to quickly prioritize their goals, complete tasks on time and under budget, and even helps readers plan for the interruptions, urgent emails, and unexpected meetings that will inevitably attack their day. This new edition places heavier emphasis on technology, including advice on how to write, manage and file email more effectively; how to use Lotus Notes and Microsoft Office to streamline the day; and how to use devices like Blackberries and social media as assets and time-savers, rather than as distractions and time sinks.
©2014 Kenneth Zeigler (P)2014 The McGraw-Hill Companies
At first was a little skeptical about buying this book. I saw in the summary something about noticed Lotes notes and Microsoft Outlook. Don't let this fool you, the information in this book is very good. You just have to remember every time he mentions anything about Microsoft Outlook, you need to replace the word in your mind with Gmail.
Everything else in the book is up to date. this book is a great book to help get your life organized.
opens your mind to the fact that our email, text, phone, etc is actually too much availability which slows productivity. this book teaches you how to manage thisd and many other issues with organization and distractions.
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