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Chapter 1 Work Habits That Speed You Up 13
Chapter 2 Do You Really Want to Be Productive? 33
Chapter 3 Goal-Setting 51
Chapter 4 Save Time and Money When You Travel 61
Chapter 5 The 10% Solution for Increased Personal Efficiency 71
Chapter 6 Networking Online 87
Chapter 7 Using Technology to Save Time 103
Chapter 8 Going Mobile 117
Chapter 9 Delegation and Outsourcing 133
Chapter 10 Getting Organized 151
Chapter 11 Planning Systems and Software to Increase Your Productivity 167
Chapter 12 Maximizing Your Personal Energy 179
Chapter 13 Managing Information Overload 193
Chapter 14 Saving Time at Home 207
About the Author 223
Posted January 28, 2011
Dilbert, Scott Adams' sad sack cartoon antihero, is the modern-day Everyman. Micromanaged and overworked, Dilbert seldom gets what he needs - especially time. A recent commercial includes this voice mail for Dilbert: "You have 947 messages.all urgent." And he is not alone. Men's Health magazine recently reported that the average Fortune 1000 worker deals with 178 messages daily - more than 22 messages every hour. Today, few people have the time to manage their multiple responsibilities and tasks. People need to learn how to use their time more efficiently. Business author Robert W. Bly teaches you how. getAbstract recommends his guide for its abundant useful tips and techniques for optimizing your productivity, enhancing your performance and becoming more efficient.
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Posted April 9, 2013
Make Every Second Count: Time Management Tips and Techniques for More Success With Less Stress by Robert Bly presents a collection of time management and productivity tips to help knowledge workers and other professionals achieve greater levels of efficiency. Robert's productivity methods address personal performance practices as well as the employment of technologies. While the methods presented focus on improving workplace performance, many of these methods are equally applicable to one's personal life.
While the productivity methods presented are commonly known individually, the book itself does a good job at providing a fairly comprehensive and organization collection of productivity enhancers. This book will be particularly beneficial to those new to and entering the professional business world or to those who are reentering the professional workforce after a long-term sabbatical.
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