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Time Management

Great New Meeting Wizard Tool!

Has anyone ever had this problem?  You are trying to coordinate a group of various people for a dinner party or a meeting or some other activity.  Everyone has different schedules– I am not available on Tuesdays, I can come Wednesdays but not Thursdays, etc.  What’s worse is when you’re coordinating a conference call and… Read more »

A Shot of Efficiency

Just want to tell my readers about a great resource– my friend and colleague Susan Sabo at the  Productivity Cafe has some wonderful content on being more effective and productive in the workplace.  Susan is a productivity consultant and speaker, and she is also now an author!  Check out her new e-book on managing e-mail. … Read more »

Top Four Post Office Avoidance Tips!

We have learned a thing or two about saving time at the post office– in fact, we’ve figured out how not to have to ever wait in line there again! With this holiday season fast approaching, we are sharing our best tips with you so you can have more time to enjoy what matters most…. Read more »

How We Spend Our Time

Fantastic issue of Time magazine this week– celebrating the 300 million population mark in the United States, they looked at a snapshot of statistics about who we are, where we live, what we believe, and how we spend our time. Did you know today’s parents actually spend more time with their children than parents did… Read more »

I Think I’ll Write about Procrastination…Tomorrow

I was reading a book recently that told the story of a great warrior who took his soldiers to a battle in ships, and when they reached their destination, he burned them.  The only way for the soldiers to get home was to win the battle and take the enemy’s ships.  The suggestion was that… Read more »

Crazy Busy

Thursday I had the pleasure of hearing Edward Hallowell speak at the Texas Conference for Women here in Austin. His current book is called CrazyBusy: Overstretched, Overbooked, and About to Snap! Strategies for Coping in a World Gone ADD. This book is about the odd phenomenon of many people having symptoms of ADD without actually… Read more »

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