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151 Quick Ideas to Manage Your Time - cover

151 Quick Ideas to Manage Your Time

Robert E. Dittmer

Publisher: RWW Career Press

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Summary

Time management: We’re doing it wrong. Now discover real-world, tried-and-tested solutions to free yourself from the frenzy! 
 
Too many of us live our lives trying to shoehorn our many activities and responsibilities into too few time slots available. Managing our calendars and keeping a close eye on the clock becomes an all-consuming chore in itself—and the stress can cause our job performance and relationships to suffer. 
 
This book presents 151 quick and easy ways to more effectively meet these challenges in our daily lives. Take a breath, and benefit from the ideas and hard-earned wisdom of people just like you—among them: 
 
• Start Your Day the Night Before 
 
• Undercommit and Overdeliver 
 
• Organize Your Workspace 
 
• Block Contingency Time Every Day 
 
• Discourage “War Stories” 
 
• Use Copy and Paste 
 
• Fight Spam with an E-mail Blocker 
 
• Don’t Check Your Portfolio Constantly, and many more
Available since: 09/15/2006.
Print length: 186 pages.

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