175 Ways to Get More Done In Less Time by David Cottrell

By David Cottrell

Are looking to get issues performed speedier so that you can accomplish extra of your long term pursuits? ok. we would all like that to take place. however the query we ultimately need to ask is "How am i able to do this - get extra issues performed in much less time? This e-book is loaded with principles. Now, do not anticipate smoke and mirrors the following. and do not glance to magically pull a couple of additional hours on your day trip of skinny air. Nope, there is not any magic formulation. yet, among the back and front covers of thei ebook you can find one hundred seventy five particularly brilliant feedback that can assist you get issues performed speedier ... and typically larger. prior to you recognize it, you are again on top of things - really reaching these targets you will have set for your self.

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Com 27 Avoid glass desktops. They glare and are hard to keep clean. You don’t need to spend valuable time wiping off fingerprints. com 28 If a report comes across your desk that you can’t use, notify the sender and ask to be deleted from distribution . ” If not, get rid of it. com 29 If you only use a few lines of a report, ask for a reformat , if possible. Four pages when you need four lines just doesn’t make sense — does it? ” —Ken Blanchard 30 Now hear this! Never say “yes” without considering the time investment you are committing.

Ditto the above for southpaws, the proud but underrepresented! com 27 Avoid glass desktops. They glare and are hard to keep clean. You don’t need to spend valuable time wiping off fingerprints. com 28 If a report comes across your desk that you can’t use, notify the sender and ask to be deleted from distribution . ” If not, get rid of it. com 29 If you only use a few lines of a report, ask for a reformat , if possible. Four pages when you need four lines just doesn’t make sense — does it? ” —Ken Blanchard 30 Now hear this!

Don’t do it! Once or twice daily is usually enough. Check your e-mails, respond and get back on task. E-mails can be a habitual distraction. You do not go to the mailbox every 30 minutes, do you? Work e-mail deliveries into your personal schedule and do not let them control your day. com 51 Prioritize your incoming e-mail by sorting the messages by subject or author so you can process related messages together. com 52 Keep an active address book to save e-mail addresses. Re-typing e-mail addresses for people who you frequently send messages to is a waste of your time.

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