Book Title: Control Your Day: A New Approach to Email and Time Management Using Microsoft® Outlook and the concepts of Getting Things Done®
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Author: Jim McCullen
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Control Your Day (CYD) provides a fresh new way to manage email and tasks in Microsoft Outlook using the GTD concepts David Allen made famous in his book Getting Things Done. This book presents the concepts and benefits of CYD and then provides the step by step instructions to allow you to take back control of your Email Inbox and your life. The average worker spends 28% of their time on email. If you were able to reduce that by just 3% through the ideas presented in this book, you would get back 7 days of your life a year.