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I can see how the content would find an audience in a presentation or consultancy environment, but the format in written form lacks direction. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Regis O Verliefde
Not a lot of non-obvious insight. A few good bits here and there, but I got bored with it after a few chapters. Didn't notice any groundbreaking insight.Published 6 months ago by Jeff Ermann
Have not finished but am enjoying the information. Julie does a very good job sharing her organization skills. All her books are great.Published 11 months ago by P. Brownlee
This isn't a book that you sit down and read in one sitting. Take your time and digest it.
I found the book to be invaluable in providing ways to improve. Read more
I liked the book, but I confess: I still check my e-mail in the morning. And then again later in the morning... and in the afternoon. So I'm not "cured. Read morePublished on February 8, 2011 by Andrea C. Mueller
As The Mental Clutter Coach I found this book to be in line with the times.
I spend many of my days with clients, helping them learn how to function in our "wired... Read more
Julie Morgenstern's Never Check E-Mail in the Morning has changed my whole workday and work life! Anytime I tell someone that I don't check my e-mail first thing in the morning and... Read morePublished on November 17, 2010 by TimeOutMom
The title of this book is INSANE. Anyone with a real job HAS to check their email in the morning. I get meeting invites for later that day, specs from clients, project updates,... Read morePublished on November 5, 2010 by Capt. McPl0x
This is one of those books that you can't read cover to cover because I doubt anyone will take everything she talks about and apply it to their Work Life. Read morePublished on October 9, 2010 by amcmoore