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Making Every Day a PRODUCTIVE Day

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What can you do to make every day a productive day. This presentation reviews the strategies from Getting Things Done as well as my own thoughts and wisdom to make every day a PRODUCTIVE day.

What can you do to make every day a productive day. This presentation reviews the strategies from Getting Things Done as well as my own thoughts and wisdom to make every day a PRODUCTIVE day.

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  • 1. Making Every Day a PRODUCTIVE Day Michael Blachly Director of Client Development Looper Reed & McGraw
  • 2. Is This aNormal Day?
  • 3. Are You Producing Results or Measuring Busyness
  • 4. What is aProductive Day?
  • 5. Create a Workflow for Your To Do ListCollect Process Organize Review Do
  • 6. Collecting
  • 7. Process!
  • 8. Let’s GetOrganized! Do It Add to To Do List Process & Delegate It Organize File It Delete It
  • 9. Keep the Desk Clean! (BE RUTHLESS)
  • 10. Dealing With Paper Files Homework To Read Someday Priority To DoClient Files
  • 11. Dealing With Outlook
  • 12. Organize Your Emails
  • 13. Clean Out the Inbox!
  • 14. Setup Rules
  • 15. Setup Rules
  • 16. Setup Rules
  • 17. Keep Cleaning out the Inbox
  • 18. Dealing with ad hoc work AKA “Email Addiction”
  • 19. Managing The To Do List
  • 20. Dealing with Outlook Tasks
  • 21. Creating an Outlook Task
  • 22. Creating an Outlook Task
  • 23. Use the Outlook Sidebar Task List
  • 24. Use Your Calendar as a Calendar (not a to do list)
  • 25. Dealing With Meetings
  • 26. Dealing WithMeeting Notes
  • 27. Create a WorkflowCollect Process Organize Review Do
  • 28. Review Your Action Items(Note: you probably won’t enjoy it as much as her)
  • 29. BatchingYour To Dos
  • 30. Prioritize Your To Dos
  • 31. Get it Done!
  • 32. Find Time ForClient Development
  • 33. PRIORITIESThe Reality for Many High Deadlines Email Phone Calls Billable Hours Major Deadlines Things You Enjoy Client Development No Deadlines Things You Hate
  • 34. Suggested Readings
  • 35. Thank You! Michael BlachlyDirector of Client Development Looper Reed & McGraw

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