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Effective Time Management: Using Microsoft® Outlook® to Organize Your Work and Personal Life by Lothar Seiwert and Holger Woeltje

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  1. Engross yourself in the first two tasks from Chapter 2. Which long-term task that would have a huge impact on your other work/personal life areas have you been postponing forever, simply because you “just don’t have time” or because “it takes too long” (or whatever other excuse you come up with)—there is no such thing as “no time,” only different priorities. Therefore: If the task is important enough to you—what’s stopping you? Examples: finally start jogging again or clear out your office and create a filing system (such as hanging file folders) to eliminate chaos in the future and make sure that required paper documents can be filed away with one single move and can easily be found again.

  2. Now divide this “mission” into small key tasks ...

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