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Stack, Laura.(Author).

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  • ISBN: 9781609945398 (pbk. : acid-free paper)
  • ISBN: 1609945395 (pbk. : acid-free paper)
  • Physical Description: x, 175 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
  • Edition: 1st ed.
  • Publisher: San Francisco : Berrett-Koehler Publishers, c2012.

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Stack shows how to hone in on the high-value ... Read More
Subject: Time management.
Work-life balance.

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What to Do When There's Too Much to Do : Reduce Tasks, Increase Results, and Save 90 Minutes a Day
What to Do When There's Too Much to Do : Reduce Tasks, Increase Results, and Save 90 Minutes a Day
by Stack, Laura
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What to Do When There's Too Much to Do : Reduce Tasks, Increase Results, and Save 90 Minutes a Day

SectionSection DescriptionPage Number
Prefacep. vi
Introduction: The Case for Reductionp. 1
    Saving Our Own Livesp. 3
    Harsh Realitiesp. 4
    The Solutionp. 5
    A Brand-New Model: The Productivity
    Workflow Formula ™ I(PWF)p. 6
1Determine What to Dop. 9
    Why Do You Have So Much to Do?p. 10
    What Is Your Productive Value?p. 12
    Tracking Down Time-Wastersp. 18
    Where Does Your Time Go?p. 24
    To-Do Lists: Tracking What's Leftp. 27
    Triage: Wartime Prioritizationp. 32
    Summary: PWF Step I Checkupp. 35
2Schedule Time To Do Itp. 37
    About That 4 -Hour Workweek Ideap. 38
    Scheduling 101p. 40
    Further Reducing Your Commitmentsp. 47
    Learn to Say No-And Make It Stickp. 49
    Rescuing Your Time from Meetingsp. 54
    In the Decision Comes the Dilemmap. 57
    Summary: PWF Step 2 Checkupp. 59
3Focus Your Attentionp. 61
    Driven to Distractionp. 61
    Handling External Distractionsp. 62
    Heading Off Internal Distractionsp. 65
    Slipping the Electronic Leashp. 74
    Focus Aidsp. 77
    The Zen of Avoiding Distractionp. 85
    Summary: PWF Step 3 Checkupp. 86
4Process New Informationp. 88
    Taming the Information Glutp. 88
    Filing Preceptsp. 94
    Your Personal Time Management Systemp. 97
    Basic Information Handlingp. 101
    The 6-D Information Management System ™p. 102
    The E-mail Decision Treep. 111
    Summary: PWF Step 4 Checkupp. 113
5Close the Loopp. 115
    Organized Implementationp. 116
    The People Problemp. 117
    Handling Micromanagersp. 123
    Reducing Inefficiencies and Breaking Bottlenecksp. 126
    The Quest for Constant Improvementp. 133
    Continued Progress Requires Constant Reevaluationp. 137
    Summary: PWF Step 5 Checkupp. 138
6Manage Your Capacityp. 140
    Personal Energyp. 141
    Get Some Sleepp. 147
    Watch Your Dietp. 151
    Exercise Your Bodyp. 153
    Make Yourself Happierp. 154
    Maintaining Your Energetic Edgep. 158
    Summary: PWF Step 6 Checkupp. 160
A Final Notep. 162
An Extra Hour-Or Morep. 163
The Productivity Workflow Formula (PWF) Self-Assessmentp. 167
Notesp. 168
Indexp. 172
About the Authorp. 176

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