Summary of Master Your Workday Now!

Proven Strategies to Control Chaos, Create Outcomes, & Connect Your Work to Who You Really Are

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Master Your Workday Now! book summary
Controlling your workday requires superior organization. Controlling your life requires superior self-knowledge.

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6 Overall

7 Applicability

4 Innovation

6 Style

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If, like many people, you feel pushed, frenzied, harried and crazed, project management expert Michael Linenberger is trying to help. He applies his logical engineering background to examining how the typical workday actually functions. He offers a multilayered method for getting a better handle on your day by organizing your tasks, activities and goals more efficiently and precisely. The list-making part of the book is perhaps more concrete and less subjective than subsequent sections on defining your mission and purpose, and aligning your life and your work. Linenberger’s clear goal is to provide an entire package that will help people engage in productive self-discovery, so they can achieve work-life balance and career satisfaction. However, some of his processes seem both old school and a bit complex. Still, getAbstract recommends his very empathetic manual, particularly to those who are new to time management and personal goal setting.

In this summary, you will learn

  • How to organize your work tasks
  • How to set goals
  • How to connect your work with your genuine inner self
 

Summary

“Controlling Your Workday Now”
Is your work out of control? Do you have too many chores and interruptions, and not enough hours in the day? The “Workday Now” holistic method can help you set priorities and get a handle on your work and your life. This philosophical approach to managing...
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About the Author

Michael Linenberger is a project management expert who helps organizations work more efficiently. He previously headed the U.S. Peace Corps’ Information Technology Department.


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    john block 6 years ago
    A 4/10 on innovation is a little generous, this man has little value to add to this topic. It is all regurgitated from others' work and there is way too much repetition and sales pitches for his outlook for this to be even close to worth even your money...as for your time - read Getting Things Done by David Allen. A great book on the subject.
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    Deirdre Cody 6 years ago
    Dear Juliann,

    Many thanks for your valuable feedback. We have fixed this error. You should now be able to download the correct abstract.

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