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Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Nov 22, Timothy rated it did not like it Recommends it for: Anyone who can't figure out Outlook and has unlimited patience. Terrible, terrible read. The only redeeming value is for the tips on how to customize Outlook so that you can actually use it in a functional manner. Sally McGhee is so redundant, and the pop psychology scattered throughout the books feels elementary and cumbersome. What is over pages could easily be pages and a quick one-weekend read.
But Sally drags it out. I've been in this book for two weeks, and I found reading it like trying to discover the depths of any Microsoft product: clu Terrible, terrible read. I've been in this book for two weeks, and I found reading it like trying to discover the depths of any Microsoft product: clumsy and un-elegant.
If she focused on providing insight solely on Microsoft Outlook, and not on guiding one on a journey of internal reflection which she's bad company for , this book would have kicked some productivity ass. View 2 comments. Jan 18, Kerry rated it really liked it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
To view it, click here. This book is actually one that is living up to its name.
It took a while to implement let's see, I started reading and implementing around New Year's Day and it's now the 18th and I feel like I'm "done" setting it up but it is the "missing piece" I've been looking for between the high minded platitudes of Seven Habits and actually implementing a system that helps me feel more in control, more like I am spending my time in the right way. I encourage a try! But please don't ask to borrow my copy This book is actually one that is living up to its name.
But please don't ask to borrow my copy because I am still referring to it. Feb 17, Subbu Chandrasekaran rated it it was amazing. Take control of your time and life with this book.. Like exercising, I did find that when I followed, it brought bliss to my life,,, when i let it off, of course , I find myself in the same rut of information overload and cognitive overload..
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Jan 17, Gina Sanchez added it Shelves: career. I am not going to rate the book because I haven't read it, but I attended productivity training at work based on this which was led by an instructor from the author's consulting firm. Great insights shared in the training and many helpful tips to help organize outlook to be more productive and strategic during the work day.
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Key takeaway: stop living in your inbox. May 31, Jacinta rated it liked it Shelves: instructional. A couple of interesting implementation ideas, but in general it feels very slow if you're already familiar with the system. Dec 28, Laura rated it liked it. Presents a good system for making sure the time you spend organizing yourself helps you make progress toward your goals. It relied on many concepts from David Allan' Getting Things Done publication's without citations but did a much better job with the tactical work of implementing the concepts.
It was a little out of date, which only be a problem if you're focused on the tools portion of the concepts. Nov 20, Doncho Angelov rated it it was amazing Shelves: productivity. Highly recommended for people, who want to put order to their daily work! I read this book in , as part of consultant's productivity training.
The Zero Inbox rule, combined with all the tips how to quickly keep yourself organized was a lifesaver for me. Go beyond just coping and surviving to taking charge of your time—and transform your life today!
Laying the Foundation for Productivity Using an Integrated. Defining Productivity. Creating Strategic Next Actions Without. What Gets in the Way of Productivity? Setting Up a Collecting System. She has more than 25 years experience as a consultant and an executive coach, and is the founder and CEO of McGhee Productivity Solutions.