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Anything you use daily stays on your desk . Items you use only once a week belong on a secondary surface . Anything you use only once a month should be placed nearby in drawers or on shelves near your desk . Items you seldom use should ...
Using a Weekly " To Do " List Some people don't need a daily “ to do ” list , but are sufficiently organized with a weekly “ to do ” list . A weekly “ to do ” list provides spaces for you to write down what you need to do and the day of ...
I suggested that he create a future task list for his long - term tasks , and that he put on his daily list only the tasks he needed to do immediately . He could then refer to his future task list each week and transfer selected items ...
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Aimed at a rapidly growing segment of the workforce that chooses to work out of the home, this book provides valuable guidance. Topics range from choosing and setting up the work space to productive ... Leer comentario completo
THE CHALLENGES AND REWARDS OF WORKING AT HOME
FINDING THE RIGHT PLACE FOR YOUR HOME OFFICE
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