Summary of ZIP! Tips
The Fastest Way to Get More Done
If you feel like a hamster on a wheel spinning through repeated little computer tasks, “ZIP Tips” can set you free.
To teach you to do more in less time, productivity consultant Mike Song uses fictitious people and characters – in the finest POW! ZAP! comic-book tradition – to present his highly useful computer tips. The voice of productivity is superhero Z from Planet P, the author’s alter ego and a fountain of useful information. The other main character is Harold, a frustrated professional so overwhelmed with email and other input that he is turning into a hamster running nowhere fast on a giant wheel. Then there are the Darkonians, the space aliens, who use a “chaos beam” to overwhelm everyone’s work life and turn employees into more-anxious hamsters. Little Z from Planet P uses magic “ZIP Tips” to thwart the Darkonians and turn Harold back into a person. Song uses his silly fable to teach many helpful hints – and those aren’t silly at all. Learn his shortcuts to become an honorary citizen of Planet P (for productivity), to get off the wheel of repetitive tasks and to free up your time. getAbstract recommends Song’s weird but handy manual and his worthy hints on getting the most from your tech devices, whether your planet orbits in the PC or Mac universe.
In this summary, you will learn
- How some great online shortcuts work
- How using “ZIP Tips” strategies and “business philosophy” can make you more efficient
- How to get the most from your technology to increase your productivity
About the Author
A frequent keynote speaker, Mike Song, CEO of GetControl.net, is the lead author of The Hamster Revolution book series. Buyers of ZIP! Tips get a code to enter his online tips classes.
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5 months agoAgree w/Cary, "some" useful information. Worth the 5 min
10 months agoSome useful information!
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