What is the one personal characteristic that produces more and better success than all the others? Research indicates that “conscientiousness” consistently leads to success. It reflects how organized, disciplined, thorough, and careful someone tends to be. In short, it’s a person’s ability to get things done.
Business Insider reported “The only major personality trait that consistently leads to success is conscientiousness”
A Harvard Business Review article affirmed; “Conscientious people make good managers. They make sure that things get done. They keep teams on track. They pay attention to little details that can spell the difference between success and failure. So, there is a tendency to get these folks on a management track early.”
Your ability to get things done has a greater impact on your career success than perhaps any other factor. Yet, it can be challenging given the number of things you have to keep track of. A good organizational system will not only make you more productive, it will make you feel less stressed and propel your career success.
Is This Book for You?
•If you struggle to stay on top of everything you need to do, keep projects on track, or find yourself scrambling to finish things at the last minute, this book is for you.
•If you forget to follow-through on commitments, follow-up on assignments, or are reluctant to take on more work for fear you may drop the ball, this book is for you.
•If you are considering trying the Getting Things Done (GTD) system at work, currently use it but aren’t sure how to implement some parts, or tried it but reverted back to old habits, this book is for you.
How Will You Benefit?
With the right system and tools you can get more done in less time. You will feel more confident and less stressed.
David Allen’s “Getting Things Done” (GTD) system has helped millions of people become more productive. Yet many have gained only some of the potential benefits. They implemented only parts of it. Or didn’t have the tools to make it efficient.
In this book I will teach you how to implement the GTD system at work…fully and efficiently. Using Microsoft Office for your tools.
Once you implement the system and tools in this book you will be able to:
•Be more productive
•Earn the confidence of your boss and those you work with
•Never lose track of important dates or assignments
•Feel confident taking on new assignments – knowing you will get them done
•Feel energized heading into each new work day
What Will You Learn?
I’ll walk you through each step of the GTD system. And tell you what tools to use, how to set them up, and how to use them. I’ll show you how to head into each new work day knowing exactly what you need to get done and when you will do it.
After reading this book you will know how to:
•Capture your to dos quickly so you don’t lose track of anything.
•Clarify the actions you need to take
•Sort everything you need to do into easy-to-use lists
•Plan your projects so you complete them on time
•Set your priorities each week to ensure the most important things get done
•Stage your tasks each day so you can move quickly from one to the next
•Execute your daily plan to accomplish more than ever before
FREE BONUS – In addition to this book, you will also get the List Manager Tool for free. This Excel tool will help you manage all of your tasks, follow-up items, and projects so you never lose track of things again.
START NOW! – Buy the book now and get started! You can begin to enjoy stress-free productivity within a few hours.
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Peter Brinton is a personal productivity and effectiveness writer. He draws on his own experiences and successes to share insights and practical solutions to help others be more successful in their work.
During his career in consulting, technology, and banking he has worked for some of the largest and most respected companies in the world holding positions in operations, service, product management, and compliance.
He earned his degree in Economics at Brigham Young University and his MBA at the University of Virginia.
He lives with his wife Megan and four kids in Buffalo NY.