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

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
Get-It-Done Guy on how to juggle the demands of multiple bosses. Read the transcript: http://bit.ly/1mEA4HF
If you're too productive, you just may find yourself fired...for being too lazy! With Get-It-Done Guy's expert tips, that won't happen to you. Read the transcript: http://bit.ly/1x26X1b
Asking yourself the right questions can change the direction of your life. Here's how to utilize driving questions to live a better, more fulfilling life.
Perfectionism produces wonderful results, but you can often produce even better results by setting your sights lower.
Even though computers may make note-taking more efficient from a typing point of view, you'll get far more value from notes you write by hand. Here's why.
We're taught to choose a goal and figure out how to get there. But that may not always be the best way. Get-It-Done Guy shows why it makes sense to do it the other way around.
Stever Robbins shows how using a "Life Map" can give you an overview of your life you can use to align your activities with your highest goals.
If you want more success in your life, learn to take calculated risks when the outcome is uncertain.
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