McGhee, Sally. Take Back Your Life! Using Microsoft Outlook to Get Organized and Stay Organized. For anyone who uses Microsoft Outlook, this books is worth reading…and even if you don’t, most of the concepts apply across the various types of productivity software. As I skimmed this book at the bookstore prior to buying it, I [...]
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Shipley, David & Schwalbe, Will. SEND: The Essential Guide to Email for Office and Home. Much of what’s in this book is common sense…at least one would think so. However, it clearly ISN’T common sense or common practice at this point. Read this book and buy some for friends and colleagues, too. If you love [...]
It’s Hard to Make a Difference When You Can’t Find Your Keys: The Seven-Step Path to Becoming Truly Organized.
Paul, Marilyn. It’s Hard to Make a Difference When You Can’t Find Your Keys: The Seven-Step Path to Becoming Truly Organized. This book wins the award for best title. I also like the book because the author has a Ph.D. and “gets” that aspect of people’s lives. It is not an easy read nor is [...]
Hurst, Mark. Bit Literacy: Productivity in the Age of Information and E-mail Overload. I have been buying this book in large quantities and have now used it in several workshops and am giving it to many of my consulting clients. Not only do I love the way this guy writes (he’s very smart, articulate, and [...]