|About the book|
Employees know they are lucky enough to have a job in this economy and are working longer hours just to stay employed. Yet studies have repeatedly shown that long workweeks result in a decrease in productivity.
For over 20 years, Laura Stack has been teaching professionals how to transform their ever-expanding to-do lists into a functional, workable system. What To Do When There's Too Much To Do teaches you how to actually do less and achieve more; Stack describes her comprehensive approach that organises life around the tasks that really matter, and shows it's okay to let go of the ones that don't.
Stack details her step-by-step strategy that has transformed the lives of her clients by saving them 90 minutes a day, including how to:
|About the author|
Laura Stack is the president of The Productivity Pro, a time management training firm specialising in productivity improvement in high-stress environments. She has consulted with corporations for nearly 20 years and helped leaders create high-performance cultures in their teams and organisations. Laura is also president of the National Speakers Association and has presented hundreds of keynotes and seminars on improving output, lowering stress, and saving time in today's workplaces.