Introducing a BRAND NEW EDITION of


TAKE BACK YOUR LIFE!

by Sally McGhee


A SIMPLE SYSTEM PROVEN TO INCREASE PRODUCTIVITY USING MICROSOFT OUTLOOK



Coming in July!



Pre-order your signed copy today! Hurry, supplies are limited!

 

Dealing with conflicting priorities, too little time, too much information and a desire to live a more balanced life? Sally McGhee, Founder & CEO of McGhee Productivity Solutions is pleased to release the newest version of the ever-popular Take Back Your Life! book. This enhanced edition is designed to help people suffering from email overwhelm, working late and on the weekends and struggling to get it all done. These individuals range from chief executive officers to individual contributors BUT, they are also active fathers, busy mothers, husbands, wives and students. If YOU want to win back time so YOU can increase your personal productivity and create work-life balance then this is a must read. Take Back Your Life! is a simple system proven to increase productivity using Microsoft Outlook.


 

EMPOWER YOURSELF TO:

  • Create a system that allows you to achieve work-life balance.
  • Gain back on average 11 hours a week and be more productive at work and at home.
  • Reduce email overwhelm and get your inbox down to zero daily!
  • Stop overcommitting to your boss, your team or significant other and set realistic expectations.
  • Clear away distractions, control your calendar and focus on what’s most important.
  • Get organized and stay organized – from this point forward!

This new and improved version of Take Back Your Life! is Microsoft Outlook version agnostic so that you can refer to the timeless productivity methodologies for years to come without having to buy a new version every time your Microsoft software changes. All software guides are available at /free-downloads

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"I really enjoyed the class & plan on putting the 4Ds, the categorization/search on the task list, & the idea of managing e-mails in batches to immediate use.  I also plan on utilizing the weekly review concept & will make sure to schedule time to “pay myself first”."