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The Personal Efficiency Program: How to Stop Feeling Overwhelmed and Win Back Control of Your Work!

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  • Posted June 4, 2013

    Some Unusual Ideas

    This book on time management is the first in a while that offers some original ideas. While so many books stress prioritizing one's day, Gleeson warns that such prioritizing is often a way to justify procrastination! Long task keep getting put off as the individual never seems to be able to block out "enough" time when often just tackling the task can get it done in minutes. There are numbers of excellent techniques. On the downside, Gleeson needs to update his ideas with a new edition based on today's technologies. Who uses a Palm Pilot in 2013?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 4, 2012

    Solid advice and great detailed information!

    The author takes a simple step by step approach to overhauling the way we think about the work we do. Yes, he gives all the detailed steps needed to make the desk or office or computer we use both organized and efficient, but much more importantly he helps us think about how we do work - so that we spend far less time getting things done.

    As a help against procrastination, clutter and cloudy thinking, this is a great set of tools.

    I like the audio book so well that I have both the e-book and the audio book and review them regularly when I get 'stuck' working on a project or get bogged down with a task list.

    Highly recommended.

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