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

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!
Scanning your paper files sounds easy, but it isn't quite as simple as you'd like. Get-It-Done Guy has tips on making scanning easier.
If you've decided, smartly, on using a paper task list, this episode gives you hints as to how to use it most flexibly and easily.
If both people in a relationship take full responsibility for the outcomes, you'll find that you get things done more quickly and easily than you ever imagined.
Intuitive estimates are almost always wrong. A little simple data tracking, however, and you'll be estimating like a pro. This episodes outlines a simple way to track time and highlights what's important to track to give good estimates.
Decision-making meetings have the potential to become minor wars. By considering elements in the right order, you'll make your decisions much more smoothly.
Being busy and productive are not the same thing. Get-It-Done Guy highlights the things that will push your productivity forward, rather than just keeping you busy.
Using secure passwords is more necessary than ever, but security comes with a price: ease of typing. Learn how we got to this sad state of affairs and how to make passwords safer and easier to type.
When you try to manage at the same time as do the work, things often fall apart, and you do neither well.
Meetings aren’t easy to schedule if you have many participants, widely separated. But there’s an easy way to do it, if you reverse your thinking.
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.
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