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.

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Making Every Day a PRODUCTIVE Day

  1. 1. Making Every Day a PRODUCTIVE Day Michael Blachly Director of Client Development Looper Reed & McGraw
  2. 2. Is This aNormal Day?
  3. 3. Are You Producing Results or Measuring Busyness
  4. 4. What is aProductive Day?
  5. 5. Create a Workflow for Your To Do ListCollect Process Organize Review Do
  6. 6. Collecting
  7. 7. Process!
  8. 8. Let’s GetOrganized! Do It Add to To Do List Process & Delegate It Organize File It Delete It
  9. 9. Keep the Desk Clean! (BE RUTHLESS)
  10. 10. Dealing With Paper Files Homework To Read Someday Priority To DoClient Files
  11. 11. Dealing With Outlook
  12. 12. Organize Your Emails
  13. 13. Clean Out the Inbox!
  14. 14. Setup Rules
  15. 15. Setup Rules
  16. 16. Setup Rules
  17. 17. Keep Cleaning out the Inbox
  18. 18. Dealing with ad hoc work AKA “Email Addiction”
  19. 19. Managing The To Do List
  20. 20. Dealing with Outlook Tasks
  21. 21. Creating an Outlook Task
  22. 22. Creating an Outlook Task
  23. 23. Use the Outlook Sidebar Task List
  24. 24. Use Your Calendar as a Calendar (not a to do list)
  25. 25. Dealing With Meetings
  26. 26. Dealing WithMeeting Notes
  27. 27. Create a WorkflowCollect Process Organize Review Do
  28. 28. Review Your Action Items(Note: you probably won’t enjoy it as much as her)
  29. 29. BatchingYour To Dos
  30. 30. Prioritize Your To Dos
  31. 31. Get it Done!
  32. 32. Find Time ForClient Development
  33. 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. 34. Suggested Readings
  35. 35. Thank You! Michael BlachlyDirector of Client Development Looper Reed & McGraw

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