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Robert W. Bly’s helpful, amusing and slim volume is jam-packed with wisdom and plenty of tips to help you organize, manage your time better, cure procrastination and increase your productivity. While some of his advice is plain old common-sense information that you’ve probably already heard, it may well bear repeating. Just one look around your office may show you how many people have heard some of this counsel before but are still hopelessly disorganized time wasters. Bly includes pertinent data from surveys of leaders and working stiffs who feel overwhelmed by information, too many demands on their time and the constant struggle to fit 25 hours of work and real life into a 24-hour day. He also sprinkles witty and instructive quotes throughout the book, which getAbstract recommends to anyone who’d like to have a little extra time left over (and that’s everyone).

In this summary, you will learn

  • How to get organized;
  • How to increase your energy and become more productive; and
  • How the smallest improvements can boost your efficiency.
 

About the Author

Robert W. Bly is director of The Center for Technical Communication (CTC), a consulting firm. He is the author of more than 40 books, including The Six-Figure Consultant, Selling Your Services, The Lead Generation Handbook and The Encyclopedia of Business Letters. His articles have appeared in many national publications, and he is editor of the magazine Bits & Pieces for Salespeople, published monthly by Economics Press.

 

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Quick Tips to Speed You Up
Some of the rush you feel is due to technology. In an article in the Business-to-Business Marketer, writer Gary Springer says, "We’ve learned to live by the Rule of 6. What used to take six months, now takes six weeks; what used to take six weeks now is ...

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