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Unrelenting e-mail. Conflicting commitments. Endless interruptions. In Take Back Your Life!, productivity expert Sally McGhee shows you how to take control and reclaim something you thought you’d lost forever—your work-life balance. Now you can benefit from Sally’s popular and highly regarded corporate education programs, learning simple but powerful techniques for rebalancing your personal and professional commitments using the productivity features in Microsoft Outlook.
Learn the proven methods that will empower you to:
When you change your approach, you can change your results. So learn what thousands of Sally’s clients worldwide have discovered about taking control of their everyday productivity—and start transforming your own life today!
Covers Microsoft Office Outlook 2003, Outlook Version 2002, and Outlook 2000
- learn how to make Outlook part of an effective and highly personalized system for managing the constant stream of information that flows across your desktop - Delivers the same powerful personal organization techniques from Managing Action, a popular corporate training class taught in some of the world's most successful companies - Written in an engaging, easy-to-read style for Outlook users of all levels - Applies concepts and models from the fields of behavioral psychology and education
About the Author
A recognized thought leader and innovator in the field of productivity management, Sally McGhee has trained thousands of people in the corporate environment. She has more than 25 years experience as a consultant and an executive coach, and is the founder and CEO of McGhee Productivity Solutions.
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