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I’ve been recommending it to people I work with. I know the tasks I have to do are on my list, and tasks I need to do in the future will show up on my list exactly when I need them to. The only problem with this system is that it is extremely outlook-customized-specific, and none of the rules will traverse SMTP or POP.

When used together, ClearContext also configures itself to best operate outolok the MYN system recommendations.

Master Your Now with ClearContext

This phenomenon is well documented in Dwayne’s blog post here: David Allen’s book is 50, ft. I don’t stress about email. Like almost every powerful concept in life, this method is so simple it is almost embarrassing that I hadn’t been doing it naturally before.

This book has actually changed my life. You’ll swear this guy has been following you around, watching what you do all day, and then came up with solutions just for outlok. I have found over the years a number of nagging issues with the program, so it was a real bonus to have those issues addressed in this book.

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Total Workday Control Using Microsoft Outlook by Michael Linenberger

Using his techniques, I’m missing fewer emails, my inbox is consistently empty or at least low at the end of the day, and I’m saving a lot of time that I previously wasted searching through my inbox looking for emails that needed action, if I even remembered them. Especially useful for you MS Outlook users out there, but not only. So the presentation lacks a bit, but the overall content of the book is fantastic and has made me considerably more productive since I started following this process a year and a half ago.

Info on time-management, delegating tasks effectively and more. And the anxiety of looking at overdue tasks in red and having to sift through a lot of tasks that aren’t due for a number of weeks are things of the past. Two weeks in and I am loving it, but we’ll see how long it actually works.

Techniques in this book can be used on paper or with varous software. This seminal guide presents the author’s best practices of time, task, and e-mail management, drawing from time management theories and applying these best practices in Microsoft Outlook. Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go.

This book shows a workable way to manage work using Outlook which I implemented as part of a web class Linenberger gave. Explore the Home Gift Guide.

One Saturday night we were at Borders while waiting to pick up our daughter from a Bar Mitzvah party. This is actually my 2nd time reading it. I think the book paid for itself in the first day. First, the author’s conceptual platform has brought order to the chaos of my busy practice.


This book remedies this with some surprisingly small changes to the Outlook task lists, and allows you to quickly empty your inbox, but also keep your tasks to a small number that allows you to focus on them and complete them.

Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. The tips on how to turn emails into tasks were alone worth buying the book. Many people using this system say that is the first time they have ever been able to use the Outlook task system effectively, as evidenced by many positive reviews on Amazon for the Total Workday Control book.

The use of Outlook tasks has made me much more productive. Publisher New Academy Publishers. I love Linenberger’s approach and configuring the system is easy. Linenbberger 27, Stephanie rated it it was amazing Shelves: Step by step diagrams on how to finetune your Outlook software. Take Back Your Life!: Master Your Now with ClearContext. I wrote a guest posting on Dwayne’s blog here: New Academy Publishers; 3 edition March 30, Language: Want to Read Currently Outllok Read.

Then try the method he describes. This book was great!