About the Author: Sally McGhee is a leading innovator in the field of personal productivity. She has provided productivity training and consultation for a wide range of businesses and organizations throughout Europe, Asia, and the United States. Product Description: Unrelenting e-mail. Conflicting commitments. Endless interruptions. In Take Back Your Life!, productivity expert Sally McGhee shows you how to take control and reclaim something you thought you'd lost forever-your work-life balance. Now you can benefit from Sally 's popular and highly regarded corporate education programs, learning simple but powerful techniques for rebalancing your personal and professional commitments using the productivity features in Microsoft® Outlook®. Learn the proven methods that will empower you to: Clear away distractions and loose ends and focus on what's really important to you and your business. Take charge of your productivity using techniques and processes designed by McGhee Productivity Solutions and implemented in numerous Fortune 500 companies. Customize and exploit the productivity features in Microsoft Outlook to help you create balance at home and on the job. When you change your approach, you can change your results. So learn what thousands of Sally's clients worldwide have discovered about taking control of their everyday productivity-and start transforming your own life today! Note: Take Back Your Life covers Microsoft Office Outlook 2003, Outlook Version 2002, and Outlook 2000.
A recognized thought leader and innovator in the field of productivity management, Sally McGhee has trained thousands of people in the corporate environment. She has more than 25 years experience as a consultant and an executive coach, and is the founder and CEO of McGhee Productivity Solutions.
Recommended by my boss and well worth the read. Great service and fast deliveryPublished 6 months ago by agray58
If you were to try to implement Getting Things Done using only the features available in Outlook, this would be a good book. Read morePublished on 11 Feb. 2007 by Mr. J. Mcneill
Despite the above reviewer's comments, if you have a complex life juggling home and work (who hasn't? Read more
I read this book after reading David Allen's Getting Things Done.
Sally takes the ideas from GTD, distorts them slightly and maps them to Outlook; however she fails to notice... Read more