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How to Organize Yourself

Simple Ways to Take Control, Save Time and Work More Efficiently

Gain essential skills for career development with this concise and comprehensive guide to determining goals, prioritising tasks and managing your time effectively.
EAN: 9780749484798
Edition: 6
Published:
Paperback
Format: 215x138
176 pages

About the book

How to Organize Yourself will help you to dramatically improve the way you work. With great tips on how to determine your goals, prioritize your tasks and manage your time, it also includes practical advice on how to: focus on the things that produce results; overcome distractions; build positive work habits; avoid information overload and make effective use of technology.

Updated for 2019, this 6th edition now features even more practical exercises, useful templates, and top tips to help you get organized, as well as content on how to deal with the ubiquitous presence of smartphones and adapt to the ever increasing scope for interruption and procrastination in our 24/7 lives. How to Organize Yourself will enable you to take control of your workload, reduce stress and fatigue, and free up time for the things that really matter.

The Creating Success series of books...
Unlock vital skills, power up your performance and get ahead with the bestselling Creating Success series. Written by experts for new and aspiring managers and leaders, this million-selling collection of accessible and empowering guides will get you up to speed in no time. Packed with clever thinking, smart advice and the kind of winning techniques that really get results, you'll make fast progress, quickly reach your goals and create lasting success in your career.

About the authors

John Caunt

John Caunt is a freelance writer, drawing on his many years' experience as a senior manager, trainer and life coach. During that time and subsequently he has been concerned with the design, organisation and delivery of personal and professional development programmes for individuals and groups of all ages and backgrounds.

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