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

Getting what you want requires aligning three areas of your brain: behaviors, beliefs, and identity. The most powerful is Identity, who you think you are. Here's how to make it ultra-powerful
When you're on vacation, it's easy to change habits. Why is it so hard in daily life? Here's how to take the changes from vacation and establish them in your day-to-day life.
In the era of social networks, it's not clear how to manage your address book. Until now. This episode details tips for maintaining your address book even though we're living in a world of far, far too much communication.
A prioritization matrix courtesy of the late Stephen Covey can help you figure out your life's priorities so you don't waste time on things that don't matter.
When someone is consistently flaky, you need a way to plan for that. Or, when planning isn’t possible, set up accountability that even they will buy into. Get-It-Done Guy explains
Saying “No” is the key to setting boundaries and protecting your time, space, and energy. It can also be risky. Here’s a framework for how to say “No”
"Choose your battles wisely” is age-old advice. But which battles are “wise”? Here’s how to tell when you should charge ahead and when you should retreat.
Good decisions consider consequences over a timeframe that works for that particular decision. Learn to use the right time frame for the right decision.
When you're in a job that demands marathons of meetings, here's how to make sure you stay on the top of your game as you dive into the meeting madness.
If you aren't making progress as quickly as you'd like, you may be the victim of the nefarious Premature How. The very path you've chosen towards your goal may have become what's holding you back. Get-It-Done Guy explores how to cope when our solution is our biggest problem, our assets are our greatest ...
Email can be explosive, especially when you use it to carry on an emotional discussion. If you learn to read email carefully, however, you can make sure that even if other people are going ballistic, you can deal sanely and rationally with the incoming email. Then everyone will think you're a hero, you'll ...
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Don't be overwhelmed by a busy schedule; sort your activities so your brain can deal with clarity.
Get-It-Done Guy's tips to keep yourself safe from prying eyes.
Align your efforts behind your big goals when you're not getting the results you want.
How to sort out disagreement peacefully and find a working solution.
Rather than waiting for others to step up and do their part, take control. You'll be happy you did!
Many of us negotiate as parts of our jobs. Here's how to prep to improve your chances for success.
Memorize more quickly and retain it longer by using systematic recall. Get Stever's books: http://j.mp/srobbins.
Learn when to use email, phone, instant messaging, and other ways to communicate.
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