Personal Efficiency Program

  • by Kerry Gleeson
  • Narrated by Erik Synnesvetd
  • 7 hrs and 23 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

More than one million people worldwide are getting their work done and improving the way they feel at work thanks to Kerry Gleeson's revolutionary program, The Personal Efficiency Program. Now, it's your turn. Find out how to get organized, navigate technologies like portable communication devices and e-mail, run a no-nonsense meeting, juggle all the players in the new global business environment, and carve out more time to do what you really want to do. We all struggle to balance work life and personal life; this audiobook will help you work more quickly and efficiently, freeing time for you to fulfill your other duties as a parent, a spouse, or a friend. This updated Fourth Edition of the ultimate labor-saving, stress-busting, career-boosting guide helps you take complete control of every challenge and chore you face at work. Revised and retooled to address the evolving demands of the modern workplace, it shows you how to:

Learn to organize yourself to act.

Stop feeling overwhelmed and free yourself from stress.

Get things done with the least amount of effort.

End e-mail overload.

Are your meetings a waste of time? Make them effective and efficient!

Spend less time at the office and more time kicking up your heels.


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Customer Reviews

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Good Points, But Just A Sales Pitch

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They make good points in this book, however I found it mostly a sales pitch for their organizing program and I'm not keen on paying to buy a commercial.

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- L'Aura

Good Tips For Leveraging Today's Technology

Mr. Gleeson covers some tried and true approaches, and isn't afraid to mention the other authors whose work is consistent with his perspective. I like this, and I like his references to those similarities. What I like most, however, is the fact that he as updated his recommendations with approaches that describe how today's technologies -- e.g., PDA's, PIMs, web based tools -- can be used to help you be more effective. He has a chapter focused on how not to be overwhelmed by email! And another on using electronic task lists and journals. I have read many many books on prioritizing and organizing work so that I can be more effective, but this is the first one that has really talked about how to use the technology to help, and it doesn't require that you buy a tool developed by them.

The book is well organized and comprehensive. Mr. Gleeson provides easy to follow lists of instructions for how to implement the suggestions. There is also a very short executive summary of the book, and an overview of each chapter to describe what will discussed.

One point that I found slightly irritating -- the author starts out pumping his service,and descriptions of he work they have done with companies are peppered unnecessarily throughout the book.

Overall -- good book, good tips, love the technology focus!
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- Ivy

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-29-2009
  • Publisher: Gildan Media, LLC