The task and email management system he pushes is really great truly great.
This book is best used after working through one or two more generic workflow systems like David Allen's Getting Things Done and Sally McGhee's Take Back Your Life!
The book is well written, easy to follow and provides simple but practical methods to make your Outlook life easier.
Skimmed through the book and found a couple of tips I've incorporated into my workday. Didn't expect the entire plan to work for me, but got enough out of it to be worth the price. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Linda L.
Changed the way I use Outlook. Check out his website where --he explains it all. I no longer worry about missing a follow-up task on an email. Read morePublished 5 months ago by BethGoesShopping
My Outlook task list was nothing short of intimidating with about 175 task items. The long task listing depressed me to look at it, and of course it was difficult to decide what... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Roger Brown
I can't stand clutter, even in my inbox. After reading this book, I'm sold on his approach to organizing and tracking tasks.Published 10 months ago by Lulu
Terrific book with many many practical tips. Michael's way of using Outlook has cleared out my email InBox and made me more productive.Published 11 months ago by Walter Miller
I can't help but admit this is one of the best reads on this subject that I've come across in ages.
This is not only informative, he tells things like they really are... Read more
Like all the editions of this title, this resource and its principles are invaluable in gaining a workable strategy for managing emails and tasks in Outlook. Read morePublished 14 months ago by J. Garrett