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Leave the Office Earlier

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Long hours. Juggling family and work. Deadlines. High stress levels. Today's professionals are feeling more overworked and overwhelmed than ever before. Yet you CAN get more done than you ever thoughtpossible-and still get home to your real life sooner. Laura Stack, "The Productivity Pro,"(R) shows you how.
"Leave the Office Earlier" explores theten key factors that improv
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Published May 4th 2004 by Broadway Books (first published January 1st 2004)
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Have you just ever started a book. Then two weeks have past and you still have no desire to pick back up that book. I think that at the time I was looking for solutions, but realized that I really don't need a whole book about it. I already had the tools to do it myself.
I've picked this book up numerous time during my trips to the library. There are many tips that has helped my productivity. You can't just read it and take it back. This is a work-thru book that takes time. So, it better to buy a copy and keep it next to your desk at the office.
Local Denver author touts herself as the "productivity pro" and breaks down efficiency strategies under the "productive" model. This book is easily digestible since you can simply reference areas of interest and/or greatest challenges.
The first of three books by this author that I read. As such, this was the most useful. (The others reiterated many of the same points.)
Boring, obvious, and annoying. Should have been a long magazine article not a 300 page book.
Tim Chase
Not bad as productivity books go. Well tied together. Not much new that I learned.
Jul 27, 2008 Diana rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
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Laura Stack, MBA, CSP, is a personal productivity expert, author, and professional speaker who helps busy workers Leave the Office Earlier with Maximum Results in Minimum Time. She is the president of The Productivity Pro, Inc., a time management training firm specializing in productivity improvement in high-stress organizations. Since 1992, Laura has presented keynotes and seminars on improving o ...more
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