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"I can't help you now!", shouted Sarah as she raced past her boss. "I'm going to a meeting!" "Look at all this email from our customers!", exclaimed Alan. "They'll have to wait because I'm going to a meeting!
|Manage Appointments & Scheduled Events|
I recommend using one calendar to manage your appointments and scheduled events. The best single calendar you can use is one that gives you an entire month at a glance on one page. I like this approach because it gives me the benefit of context, anticipation and integration.
|Just Say "No"|
I used to put everyone else
|A Higher Rate of Return|
You want more productivity out of your time in the future? You have to shift the ratio from "expense" to "investment". And, why should we be concerned about the future? Because that's where we will be spending the rest of our lives.
|Four Time Management Don'ts for Students|
A lot of our Time Management has more to do with what we are not doing rather than what we are doing. Sometimes our mistakes and omissions will keep us from running at a full pace.
Last year, the U. S. Post Office delivered more pieces of first class mail than ever and e-mails exceeded the volume of first class mailings. We have created another layer of communicating with one another and an additional responsibility to monitor and manage.
|Conquer Telephone Tag|
Many people rarely answer a phone when it rings waiting until you have
slogged through their voicemail menu, then to play your message and
decide whether or not to call you back.
|A Clean Desk|
We all run into people from time to time who work with a messy desk and messy work environment. They have stuff piled up here and there, on the floor, on the shelves, and even on a table behind their desk. And whenever you try to encourage that person to clean up their messy work area, do they get defensive!
|The Boss Question|
We are all the president and sole stockholder of a major corporation,
"Me, Inc.". And, in the context of this discussion, your major customer
is your boss. Your boss has a lot of control over your future raises
|The Big Hole in Your Day|
We all have 24 hours in a day and 7 days in a week. And the thing about time is that it can only be spent, it cannot be saved. And there are only two ways to spend time, spend it wisely, or, well, not so wisely.