Get-It-Done Guy's Quick and Dirty Tips to Work Less and Do More: Episodes

Gratitude isn't just a nice-to-have. It's an essential component for success and good mental health. And you can actually learn to practice gratitude every day. Get-It-Done Guy explains how. Visit the website: http://bit.ly/1yRVXWp
When building your professional network, re-establishing contact and deepening relationships with former employers can be a great place to start. Visit the website: http://bit.ly/1p678dS
Storytelling is the foundation for effective, memorable communication. Once you've hooked your audience, you need characters, plot arcs, and resolution to make the story stick. Get-It-Done Guy explains how to tell memorable stories. Visit the website: http://bit.ly/1xtFhEQ
Story-telling is the foundation for effective, memorable communication. Do it properly to hook your reader, draw them in, and keep their attention through the end. Here's how. Visit the website: http://bit.ly/1qnxGmb
We live in a deadline-driven world. But sometimes, even with firm deadlines, one simple trick is all it takes to relieve the pressure. Read the transcript: http://bit.ly/1thId7j
Measuring your productivity can be a challenge. How do you know which aspects of your work dictate success? Get-It-Done Guy has the best way to measure your output. Read the transcript: http://bit.ly/1rt1xtB
Even though we hate to admit our mistakes, it's a powerful thing to do. Cover-ups, however well-intentioned, are usually a disastrous choice. Just look at the U.S. Secret Service fiasco...Read the transcript: http://bit.ly/1yK6mGJ
Handling Email When it's Too Much to Manage. Read the transcript: http://bit.ly/1nbY0Dv
When a project is hampered by duplicated work, poor lines of communication, and the right hand not knowing what the left is up to, a responsibility matrix can be the key to untangling the mess. Get-It-Done Guy explains. Read the transcript: http://bit.ly/1sLO3z8
Rather than assuming your technology is what's helping you be productive, doing a technology audit might show that sometimes, it's the biggest obstacle to productivity. Get-It-Done Guy shows you how to investigate. Visit the website: http://bit.ly/1u3jMKv
When you move from individual contributor to manager, your job has just changed completely. You need an entirely new framework to know what's important and what isn't on a daily basis.
Get-it-Done Guy's take on bringing bad news, while reducing your chances of being blamed as the messenger.
One of the few tools that's really better online than off-line is the calendar. For people with complicated schedules, Get-It-Done Guy shares 5 simple ways your calendar program can help you streamline your productivity.
Get-It Done Guy reveals his secret to staying young at heart (and mind): as you get older, find ways to ensure you have new friends coming into your life. Visit the website to read the transcript: http://bit.ly/1tceoFJ
Be involved in your child's life, but stimulate self-reliance, not dependence.
Get-It-Done Guy helps you master your inbox by understanding how your brain works, and reveals a much better way to deal with email overload. Visit the website to read the full transcript: http://bit.ly/1sZH16G
When people are late, they're wasting time you'll have to make up later. But as Get-It-Done Guy reveals, there are things you can do to manage them--and their behavior. Read the full transcript: http://bit.ly/UStBNt
If you need to get numerous things from several different stores, one specially-designed list can help make planning and shopping easy. Read the full transcript: http://bit.ly/1obNzJE
If you have a job that causes you to work from your car, you may find yourself living in clutter. Get-it-Done Guy has tips and tricks for getting organized in a small, mobile space.
Don't let messy emotions get in the way: With Get-It-Done Guy's tips for creating a resolution plan, you'll be prepared to deal with any type of conflict. Read the transcript: http://bit.ly/TPWFnQ
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