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

Going on a group trip with a lot of people can be hard. Get tips on how to plan a successful group trip and learn how making sure you meet everyone's goals can make for a smooth trip.
Working with a group is hard and problems inevitably arise. Get tips on how to easily solve group problems so you can be more productive and happier.
Event planning and scheduling people in a complicated event can be made simple by using a simple spreadsheet to organize it.
How to write good emails is not an art; it's a science. Work selection, internal voice tone, and only including certain kinds of content will all help you write email that communicates clearly without risk of misunderstanding.
Telephones are everywhere, yet the quality hasn't been poorer for decades. When you have to call someone, use land lines when clarity and connection quality is most important. If you must use a cell phone, take precautions against wind noise, talking volume, and dropped signals.
How to memorize a speech, monologue, or dialog quickly involves starting from the end, not the beginning. By putting the novel material up front, you reinforce confidence and easy when easing into the material you know and have practiced.
Better motivate people to meet their deadlines using carrots, sticks, and also explicit behavioral reviews.
How to buy a computer and choose from the different options.
Keep track of ideas using an idea file, or several idea files, one for each project.
Learn how to manage multiple projects at once by using a project status card, which will help you keep track of each project's details and manage your many projects better.
Stop being interrupted by scheduling your interruptions to cultivate focus.
Learn to divorce your computer to limit your computer time to what's useful. Use your computer as a tool, and put it away when you're done with a task.
When you need to stop procrastinating, speed-date your tasks. Do a timed amount of work on each task and you'll be able to stop procrastinating and get your work done faster.
Learn how to accomplish your real goals and the goals that matter most with expert advice from the first chapter of Get-it-Done Guy's 9 Steps to Work Less and Do More.
Preparing for travel is easier if you use a travel preparation form. By putting all relevant information about your trip in one place, you can be sure you've covered all your bases.
Sometimes you shouldn't send email because sending that email does nothing but waste time. Get tips on how you can stop sending unnecessary emails and save yourself work in the process.
Learn how to make hard decisions and get a very simple, yet powerful tip on how you can easily make those complex decisions than can stress you out.
Create a better to-do list by doing it the day before. That gives you the objectivity you need to create a better to-do list, rather than one driven by distraction and interruptions.
Task manager systems must handle everything in your life, yet be easy to use and update. Manage your to-do list using a combination of concepts from Getting Things Done and Autofocus 4.
Task management rarely tells us how to drop tasks from our to-do list. Understand which larger goal your tasks relate to, and drop tasks when their corresponding goal is outdated, when too many tasks relate to a single goal, or when a small goal comes to dominate your project list.
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