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

The recent report of a loophole in the security settings of many web sites has made online shopping and banking dangerous. Get-It-Done Guy has tips on how to keep your personal information safe on the web.
Becoming a manager requires a radical shift in thinking. Here's the shift you need to make, and how to make it to become a successful manager.
In this podcast, Get-it-Done Guy shares techniques for turning your enemies into raving fans. Well, maybe not fans, but definitely raving.
Spoken ads are very different from written ads. This episode will give you guidelines for getting your listeners to take the next step.
How to control your bulk email so you can easily see it, without it cluttering your inbox? Get-It-Done Guy has found the perfect solution.
If you examine your workday carefully, you may find that very minor time delays are actually eating up much of your productivity.
Use the power of other people: when you need to say "No," have an accountability buddy who can help you stay strong in your resolve to protect your boundaries.
Once you have all your tasks in one place, going through them is as much an art as a science. But science tells us the universe is random. Perhaps tasks are, too...
This episode follows Stever as he discovers more motivation and tips for getting to the gym regularly: the power of gluttony, sloth, and community.
There are many steps of motivation and achievement along the way to becoming a gym stud or studdette. Follow along with the journey and you, too, can be awesome.
Even with careful planning beforehand, things go wrong when we're Doing Great Things. By having a process to deal with the unexpected, you can make the unmanageable manageable. Here's how.
How to help travel go smoothly when the unexpected strikes
Publicly tracking your project status brings with it a host of unexpected benefits.
It's easier to complete projects with many people if you use a visual timeline to coordinate tasks. Check out Get-It-Done Guy's simple, yet effective strategy
When pursuing a one-off goal, traditional goal-setting may be impossible. Rigor, however, isn't.
Creating a resume when changing careers requires a delicate balance of history and transferable skills. Get-It-Done Guy gives you the tools to get it right.
Once you have the basic flow of your resume, properly word-smithing each sentence can boost its effectiveness.
Writing a great resume means having a great flow to what you present and the order you present it. Get-It-Done Guy explains
Simply having a resume isn't enough. You need a resume that does its job, if you want to land your job!
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