Time Management in "The Cloud" Using Gmail/Google:
Managing Your Time, Projects, Tasks, People, and E-mail Using Gmail/Google
Access the Replay from a recent Webinar Program Now
Are you using Gmail as your primary work e-mail?
How about the Google Calendar?
If so, you are very close to having a full and coordinated system for managing your time, projects, tasks, people, and of course, your e-mail using these and several additional powerful Google tools both in the Google Chrome browser, and on your smart phones & tablets.
Not using Gmail/Google for your primary e-mail or calendar, but curious if you can?
And, if you are using other online/software tools for managing your e-mail, your time, your contacts, and your projects/tasks, you could review this program to see if you could consider making the switch.
OR, you could also complete this recording of a recent webinar to see how you could personally use Google/Gmail to manage your PERSONAL time, projects, people and e-mail, so you can keep them separate from your work accounts, info, software, and systems (hey, privacy matters these days!)
Similar to Randy Dean's popular Finding an Extra Hour Every Day program and his Optimizing Your MS Outlook program, this program specifically shows how you can use Google's web-based, cloud-based professional productivity tools as a center point for a powerful productivity and time management system. Through the use of the Chrome browser and a couple key browser add-ons on your computer, and the right apps on your phone/tablet, you can set up your Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Contacts, Google Tasks, Google Drive, and Google Docs to know what you need to do and when you need to do it. Randy will show several Gmail tips for enhanced e-mail productivity, as well as how to not just use your browser to manage your day, but how this also automatically syncs with your phone and/or tablet for real-time, "anywhere" productivity. You'll see how you can manage your time, projects, tasks, people, and e-mail using this powerful suite of Google tools.
We will show you several useful (but not well known) add ons and services available within Google/Gmail to allow you to fully manage your work projects, activities, people, and e-mail, or possibly your personal projects, activities, and e-mail. And you will see how this system could be a fully functional system that keeps you focused on your bigger picture projects and goals, handle what is most important or urgent right now, and keep yourself from getting easily distracted by e-mail and other items.
PLUS, you'll just learn SEVERAL useful time-saving tips and strategies in Gmail and other Google productivity tools. (I expect you'll save enough time within a week to pay for this course in terms of time and money!)
SOMETHING BRAND NEW: I have also added a new "Post-Program Interactive Self-Study" PDF File for the Taming E-mail content in this program! This file will reiterate key points in the webinar video replays, as well as add a deeper layer of content, including links to related articles, book suggestions by other authors, and links through to several short YouTube tutorials. I recommend you first go through one of the video replays above to understand the key concepts, and then really master your new skills by going through this Post-Program Self-Study PDF.
From a previous version of this webinar, we asked attendees what they found most useful:
"I am a victim of all of the time management issues that Randy described. I am going to apply his recommendations and begin using tasks to keep track of things."
"The triage procedure for emails. All the tips and tricks for working with task list, calendar, and email. Google shortcuts is great!"
"Probably the Google short cut app and the ability to make different task lists. I didn't know about the task list flexibility."
"The specific information about how to set up an expanded Google task list and link it to the email and calendar."
"The tip to have a list of things people owe you."
"All the great tips, the organizational process....hoping I can remember how to get this way."
"The 1st 5 minutes a day plan, having a priorities list, how to setup multiple task lists in Google, Google shortcuts add-on, how to clean your inbox tip."
"That the handout reflected the key aspects of the webinar made the course extremely valuable and increased the likelihood of my sharing it with colleagues."
"The introduction to the Google tool bar."
"Easy to follow along."
"Randy Dean reinforced many principles of getting things done, and I appreciated the discussion of how he sets up and starts each work day."
"I enjoyed the class and I thought Randy was very personable."
NOTE: All attendees/purchasers have access to a coordinated handouts file they can print out before the session for taking notes during the session, and will also have access to a recorded video replay file following the program.
(Remember, this is a single individual purchase price -- if you would like for your entire team to attend this event, contact me at email@example.com for discounted per-person pricing options for groups/teams.)
Become an UBER-GOOGLE-USER, and purchase your license to this program today!
Randy Dean, MBA, the "E-mail Sanity Expert"(R), is a professional speaker and sought-after expert on time & e-mail management, effective organization, and the related use of technology. For more than 20 years, Randy has been leading training and speaking programs and presentations for major corporate, university, association, and government audiences. Obsessed with time management and personal productivity, he left a successful career as a graduate program admissions director, professional marketer, and manager to become a leading speaker and trainer. The author of the recent Amazon bestseller, Taming the E-mail Beast, he has led programs for thousands of satisfied and inspired students, managers, and professionals on being more productive and purposeful with their time and life. His highly informative and entertaining speaking and training programs leave audience members with immediately-usable tools, strategies, and skills on how to better manage their time, technology, and information overload following their program experience.
Randy Dean, MBA
The E-mail Sanity Expert (R)
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org * phone: 517-336-8906 * web: http://www.randalldean.com