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  • ISBN: 9781591847304 (hardback)
  • ISBN: 1591847303 (hardback)
  • Physical Description: print
    xi, 286 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Publisher: New York : Portfolio Hardcover, 2015.

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Subject: Time management

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Work Simply : Embracing the Power of Your Personal Productivity Style
Work Simply : Embracing the Power of Your Personal Productivity Style
by Tate, Carson
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Work Simply : Embracing the Power of Your Personal Productivity Style

SectionSection DescriptionPage Number
Introduction: A Road Map to the Bookp. 1
Prologue: The Day After Christmasp. 3
1Work Smarter, Not Harderp. 9
    The Myth of Time Managementp. 10
2Get Ready to Work Smarterp. 17
    Roadblocks to Successp. 18
    Ready to Runp. 25
3What's Your Productivity Style?p. 26
    The Productivity Style Assessmentp. 30
    Explore Your Productivity Stylep. 35
    Which Style Is Yours?p. 44
    My Storyp. 45
4Manage Your Attentionp. 48
    Attention: A Finite, Precious Resourcep. 49
    Manage Your Voluntary Attentionp. 52
    Avoid Distractions and Control Your Involuntary Attentionp. 57
    Control Distractions from Technologyp. 58
    Prevent Emergencies from Dominating Your Dayp. 62
    Minimize the Impact of Interruptionsp. 65
5Set Your Prioritiesp. 69
    READY: Determine Your Goalsp. 70
    Use the READY Framework to Set Your Prioritiesp. 74
6Invest Your Time Wiselyp. 76
    Stop Giving Away Your Most Valuable Resourcep. 79
    Examine Your Investment Statementp. 81
    Reimagine Your Time Spendp. 83
    Choose Time Investment Tactics That Work for Youp. 91
    Keep Your Investment on Track: Plan and Prioritize Every Month, Week, and Dayp. 95
7Free Your Brain with a Master TASK Listp. 103
    Build a Master TASK Listp. 104
    Brain-Dump Trigger Listp. 106
    Create a TASK List Tailored to Your Productivity Stylep. 114
8Get More Done: Complete Tasks and Projects with Easep. 120
    Pace Yourself for Long-term Successp. 128
    Find Your Personal Pacep. 130
9Tame Your Inboxp. 133
    Take Control of Your Inbox (and Your Day)p. 134
    Make a Decision!p. 136
    Use the E-mail Agility Circlep. 137
    Craft More Effective E-mail Messagesp. 140
    Use the Subject Line to Improve E-mail Response Timep. 145
    Make Your E-mail Technology Work for Youp. 147
10Shape Your Space for Mental and Physical Freedomp. 153
    Make Your Space Reflect Who You Are and the Work You Dop. 155
    Customize Your Space to Fit Your Productivity Stylep. 158
    Find and Use Physical Organizational Tools That Work for Youp. 161
    Face the Realities of Your Workspacep. 164
    Put the Walls Back Upp. 167
11Stop Pushing Papersp. 171
    You Need a Retrieval System, Not a Filing Systemp. 173
    The Four-Step Paper Management Method: Read, Decide, Act, Containp. 176
    Build Your Personalized Retrieval Systemp. 181
12Harness the Productive Power of Your Teammates: Delegatep. 185
    Psychological Resistance: The Urge to Do It Ailp. 186
    Organizational Resistance: A Shortage of Resourcesp. 188
    Technical Resistance: Five Principles of Effective Delegationp. 189
13Work Well with Othersp. 205
    The Clash of Productivity Stylesp. 206
    Leverage Your Colleagues' Productivity Style Strengths and Minimize Their Blind Spotsp. 207
    Work Well with Your Boss, Your Colleague, and Your Assistantp. 212
    Contribute to a High-Performance Teamp. 217
    Coach Your Team Membersp. 221
14Lead a Meeting Revolutionp. 227
    Is This Meeting Really Necessary?p. 229
    Understand Your Meeting Alternativesp. 232
    Meeting Success Depends on Your Planningp. 236
    Unleash the POWER of a Perfect Agendap. 238
    Invite the Right People (and Only the Right People)p. 241
    Determine the Ideal Length for Your Meetingp. 244
    Engage All Meeting Participantsp. 246
    Who Has the A? Follow Up to Maximize Your Meeting ROIp. 249
15Put it All Togetherp. 252
    Get Clearp. 253
    Embrace Your Productivity Stylep. 254
    Know Where You Really Want to Gop. 254
    Set Your Goals and Align Your Time Spendp. 255
    Invest Your Time Wisely to Achieve Your Goalsp. 255
    Focus on the Real Work That Is Aligned to Your Goalsp. 256
    Stop Reacting and Start Respondingp. 256
    Ask for Helpp. 257
    Do Not Neglect Your Maintenancep. 258
Epilogue: Unlimited Achievementp. 259
Additional Tools to Work Simplyp. 263
Acknowledgmentsp. 265
Notesp. 267
Indexp. 273
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