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What to do when there's too much to do: reduce tasks, increase results, and save 90 minutes a day editado por Mc graw hill education (uk)
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"This book will give you the tools you need as a leader to get more done yourself and through others. Laura Stack really is 'the Productivity Pro.'"
--Mark Sanborn, President, Sanborn & Associates, Inc., and author of You Don't Need a Title to Be a Leader
"Stack has captured in this book what those select few great leaders know: you cannot strategize your way to greatness. You execute your way there! A must-read for anyone who wants better results!"
--Peter Sheahan, President, ChangeLabs
"A how-to for leaders who are serious about results. Make time to read this book--then thank Laura for all the time you save on future projects!"
--Harvey Mackay, author of the #1 New York Times bestseller Swim with the Sharks without Being Eaten Alive
Employees know they are lucky enough to have a job in this economy and are working longer hours just to stay employed. Yet studies have repeatedly shown that long workweeks result in a decrease in productivity.
For over 20 years, Laura Stack has been teaching professionals how to transform their ever-expanding to-do lists into a functional, workable system. What To Do When There’s Too Much To Do teaches you how to actually do less and achieve more; Stack describes her comprehensive approach that organises life around the tasks that really matter, and shows it’s okay to let go of the ones that don’t.
Stack details her step-by-step strategy that has transformed the lives of her clients by saving them 90 minutes a day, including how to:
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