- Mobile Workers
- Search Engines-Productivity
- Time Management
- Working Solo or Virtually
Email – Managing
- Email Addiction
- Email Etiquette
- Email Overload
- Email Pet Peeves
- iPad for Work
- OneNote for Organization
- DIY SEO
- Building a YouTube Channel
- Getting Started with and Using Video to Promote a Business
- Video Email for Free
Related National Holidays
There are numerous national holidays tied to workplace organization and time management. Check them out here, and call Peggy Duncan for her expert advice and tips.
Journalists contact Peggy Duncan often for her expertise in personal productivity (time management) and all things email overload and etiquette.
Email Overload, Management, Etiquette, Habits
Life Reimagined (an AARP property), Seven Ways to Get Control Over Your Inbox: How to become the master of your email domain,” by Austin O’Connor
CNBC, “3 Steps to Get Your Co-Workers to Stop Ignoring Your Emails,” by Katie Little
The New York Times, Break Bad Habits (email), written as an opinion piece.
Fast Company, “7 Email Habits You Need to Break,” by Lisa Evans
Inc.com, “25 Tips for Perfecting Your E-mail Etiquette.”
CBS Money Watch, “How to blow through your email backlog”
Radio Interview, Email Pet Peeves, Local Job Network Radio and over 600 Websites nationally. Host, Lynn Molitor.
Monster.com, How to actually get an email response from your chronically inundated colleagues, by Catherine Conlan
New York Post, The wrong out-of-office message can ruin your career, by Virginia Backaitis
Vogue, “Spring Cleaning? It’s Time to Digitally Declutter Your Device, Too,” by Marissa Miller
Small Market Meetings Magazine, page 8 “Leveraging Your Tablet (iPad),” by Vickie Mitchell.
Fast Company, “12 Tech Tools Productivity Experts Can’t Live Without”
Indezine, March 4, 2012. “PowerPoint Creative Projects: Conversation with Peggy Duncan”
Personal Productivity – Time Management
FastCompany.com, Time Management Experts Share Their Secrets for Staying Productive During the Holidays, by Stephanie Vozza
FastCompany.com, 8 Productivity Experts Reveal the Secret Benefits of Their Morning Routines, by Stephanie Vozza
Shopify.com, 34 Time Management Tips for Busy Entrepreneurs (by Experts) by Casandra Campbell
Monster.com, Time Management for Your Time Off, by Robert DiGiacomo
Associated Press, Quick Fix: “Leveraging the holiday lull,” by Sarah Skidmore Sell
US News & World Report, “5 Ways to Defeat the Summer Work Slump,” by careers editor Laura McMullen
American Express OPEN Forum, “My Assistant Will Handle It,” by Jean-Chatzky
Friday Magazine, Dubai, “Manage Your Time More Effectively”
The Washington Post, “Every Minute Counts” in Vickie Elmer’s Workingcolumn.
Black Enterprise magazine – an interview: “Get Your Life in Order”
Entrepreneur Magazine, “Five Simple Ways to Boost Productivity.”
Entrepreneur.com, “9 Routine Tasks You Should Eliminate from Your Workday”
US News & World Report, June 12, 2012. “Four tried and true time management techniques.”
ComputerWorld, February 2, 2012. “Married to your desk? 5 tips for a better relationship. Optimize your work area for better productivity.”
Monster.com, Take Time to Think About Work, by John Rossheim
Times of India “Return to work way ahead of the game”
BNET, “If Obama Can Ditch His BlackBerry, So Can You” in CC Holland’s Team Taskmaster blog for CBS Interactive.
MSNBC, Daily Herald (and other newspapers), on creating more time, “Going dark the latest productivity ‘tech’nique,” written by Jean Chatsky, editor-at-large for Money magazine and the personal finance editor for NBC’s TODAY Show.
ITBusiness Canada, “Canadian firms turn to technology to improve staff productivity.”
CNN Money, “Get a grip on your work week.”
The New York Times, article on people wasting time at work, “Time Wasted? Perhaps It’s Well Spent.”
SUCCESS Magazine, “The Productivity Dilemma.”
SUCCESS Magazine, “Do More Faster!”
Marketing and Other
Free Tips from Peggy Duncan
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