“Time management is stupid,” said Jeffery Gitomer. This coming from a man who writes, speaks, and generally kicks ass in business.
“Get stuff done,” implores David Allen. This coming from a man who takes a wonderfully zen view of life while accomplishing more each day that half the population.
“Just f*cking do it,” says Jon McCulloch (a.k.a. The Evil Bald Genius who is intent on taking over the world).
“I kicked time management out the door. I’m done putting my life into quadrants. Day types. Feck,” shouts Danielle LaPorte. This woman acts differently, thinks differently, and challenges the status quo in the most wonderful of ways.
Very different in the approaches to life, yes?
Now, gentle reader, it’s your turn to decide how you get things done.
Will you do it by pushing? Will you adopt ease? Will you create a whole different way – YOUR way?
Whatever you decide, embrace it with gusto and get the right stuff done!
And you know what I’m about to say as I step up on my soapbox.
Email is keeping you from getting the right stuff – the important stuff – done.
Now is the time embrace your email and set yourself free. Now is the time for you to truly understand how to use this tool. Now is the time for you to get out of overwhelm, off the roller coaster of too much, too much, too much, delete it all, too much, too much, too much, delete it all, repeat…
The day is Friday, January 10th. In person, hands on. Two instructors. A small class. Gmail 101. Learning how to manage the tool. Learning how to manage the flow of information.
2014 is the year to handle email deliberately and consciously. If you’ve been hesitating to sign up, just do it already
Make some room,
P.S. Registration for the Gmail 101 event ends at 5pm on Wednesday, January 8th. Don’t miss out! Reserve your seat today