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Time Management for System Administrators [Paperback]

Thomas A. Limoncelli
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Table of Contents

About the Author; Foreword; Preface; How to Read This Book; Audience; About This Book; Assumptions This Book Makes; Conventions Used in This Book; Using Code Examples; We'd Like to Hear from You; Safari® Enabled; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1: Time Management Principles; 1.1 What's So Difficult About Time Management?; 1.2 The Principles of Time Management for SAs; 1.3 It Won't Be Easy; 1.4 Summary; Chapter 2: Focus Versus Interruptions; 2.1 The Focused Brain; 2.2 An Environment to Encourage Focus; 2.3 Interruptions; 2.4 Directing Interruptions Away from You; 2.5 You Can Say "Go Away" Without Being a Jerk; 2.6 Summary; Chapter 3: Routines; 3.1 Sample Routines; 3.2 How to Develop Your Own Routines; 3.3 Deleting Old Routines; 3.4 Summary; Chapter 4: The Cycle System; 4.1 Don't Trust Your Brain; 4.2 Why Other Systems Fail; 4.3 Systems That Succeed; 4.4 The Cycle; 4.5 Summary; Chapter 5: The Cycle System: To Do Lists and Schedules; 5.1 A Sample Day; 5.2 Other Tips; 5.3 Setting Up a PAA for Use with The Cycle; 5.4 Setting Up a PDA for Use with The Cycle; 5.5 Summary; Chapter 6: The Cycle System: Calendar Management; 6.1 How to Use Your Calendar; 6.2 One Calendar for Business and Social Life; 6.3 Repeating Tasks; 6.4 Know Your Personal Rhythms; 6.5 Know Your Company's Rhythms; 6.6 Summary; Chapter 7: The Cycle System: Life Goals; 7.1 The Secret Trick; 7.2 Setting Goals; 7.3 Planning Your Next Steps; 7.4 Schedule the Steps; 7.5 Revisit Your Goals Regularly; 7.6 Summary; Chapter 8: Prioritization; 8.1 Prioritizing Your To Do Lists; 8.2 Project Priorities; 8.3 Requests from Your Boss; 8.4 Summary; Chapter 9: Stress Management; 9.1 Overload and Conflicting Directions; 9.2 Vacation Time; 9.3 Yoga, Meditation, and Massage; 9.4 Summary; Chapter 10: Email Management; 10.1 Managing Your Email; 10.2 Jump Starting the Process; 10.3 Summary; Chapter 11: Eliminating Time Wasters; 11.1 What Is a Time Waster?; 11.2 Avoiding the Tempting Time Wasters; 11.3 Common Time Wasters; 11.4 Wasteful Meetings; 11.5 Strategic Versus Tactical; 11.6 Summary; Chapter 12: Documentation; 12.1 Document What Matters to You; 12.2 Wiki Technology; 12.3 Summary; Chapter 13: Automation; 13.1 What to Automate?; 13.2 How to Automate; 13.3 Simple Things Done Often; 13.4 Hard Things Done Once; 13.5 Letting Others Do Privileged Operations; 13.6 Summary; Epilogue; What to Do with All Your "New" Free Time?; Colophon;|

  • About the Author
  • Foreword
  • Preface
  • Chapter 1: Time Management Principles
  • Chapter 2: Focus Versus Interruptions
  • Chapter 3: Routines
  • Chapter 4: The Cycle System
  • Chapter 5: The Cycle System: To Do Lists and Schedules
  • Chapter 6: The Cycle System: Calendar Management
  • Chapter 7: The Cycle System: Life Goals
  • Chapter 8: Prioritization
  • Chapter 9: Stress Management
  • Chapter 10: Email Management
  • Chapter 11: Eliminating Time Wasters
  • Chapter 12: Documentation
  • Chapter 13: Automation
  • Epilogue
  • Colophon

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