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The secret to getting more checks on that to-do-list ? As companies and workers are being pressured to do more for less, new ways of becoming more time-productive are essential. The Complete Idiot?s Guide to Getting Things Done gives readers the tools they need to increase personal productivity in the workplace, including how to visualize short- and long-term goals, tear ...more
Paperback, 324 pages
Published December 6th 2005 by Alpha Books
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“One third of managers are victims of "Information Fatigue Syndrome." 49 percent said they are unable to handle the vast amounts of information received. 33 percent of managers were suffering ill health as a direct result of information overload. 62 percent admitted their business and social relationships suffer. 66 percent reported tension with colleagues and diminished job satisfaction. 43 percent think that important decisions are delayed and their abilities to make decisions are affected as a result of having too much information. (Reuters's "Dying for Business" report)” 4 likes
“I would be utterly emabarrassed to have others around me hear my half of what can only be described as pedestrian. "Yes, the elevator has just pulled up to the 16th floor." Do these people have the ability to go, for say, an eight- or ten-minute stretch without being in contact with someone else? What are they afraid of? Confronting their own thoughts?” 4 likes
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