Make steady improvement all year long in 2013

In the next few days many people will make grand plans for what they will do better in the new year. By Feb. 1, many of those good intentions will have failed.

If you’re serious about being more effective at work, we encourage you to take small steps to big improvements. Instead of trying to do everything at once, make one change at a time.

The Organized Executive's Priority One: Strategies for Improving the Way You WorkWe had that idea in mind as we wrote The Organized Executive’s Priority One: Strategies for Improving the Way You Work. It has 260 strategies, one for every workday.

Whether you want to bring order to your workspace, improve your time management, maximize your staff members’ productivity, lead effective meetings, run successful projects or become a better networker, you’ll discover ideas that will improve how you work. Check out the Table of Contents to see everything we cover in the book.

This book is user-friendly because you can easily jump to the topic you need right now, instead of having to read the book from cover to cover.  It is sure to become one of your most-used references!

Share your goals for 2013 in the Comments section below. Best wishes for a successful year!

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