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Outlook Time Management Mini-Course

$7.00

 

The mini-course is a PDF version of my Outlook Time Management course. 

 

This self-paced course is broken out into 3 parts:

  1. Prioritization - Determine your priorities and decide what's important in your life to help you reach your goals.

  2. Productivity - Establish your weekly and daily tasks that align with your values to help you reach your goals.

  3. 4 Ds of Time Management - Apply the 4 Ds of Time Management to help manage all of the emails, tasks, and meetings in your life. We will even provide specific examples for each of these areas.

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Time For Success eBook

$2.99

Learn how to immediately maximize the value of the time spent on your business.

  • Uncover the powerhouse strategies to effectively managing your time so you can instantly boost productivity and output!

  • Discover the truth behind procrastination and why you're really struggling to get ahead! (It's not what you're probably thinking!)

  • Find out how you can instantly eliminate distractions so that you're laser-focused on building a successful business!

  • Learn why "Imperfectly Perfect" is so important and why you need to make a critical shift in order to maximize potential!

  • And much more - all within this special eBook!

65 Ways to Use MS Office to be More Prod

65 Ways to Use Microsoft Office to Be More Productive

$5.99

Learn how to immediately improve your productivity by learning to be more efficient with MS Office.

  • This gem gives you over 65 ways to use Microsoft Office functions and shortcuts to get more things done faster when using MS Office.

MS Excel Keyboard Shortcuts Cheat Sheet.

MS Excel Keyboard Shortcuts Cheat Sheet

$1.99

In search of a desktop Reference & Tip Cheat Sheet for Microsoft Excel?

Look no further, this Go Ask Debbie Excel Cheat Sheet contains step by step instructions and shortcuts for the most commonly used Excel keyboard functions.

Instructions and examples apply to most recent versions of Microsoft Excel (2007 and newer).