The Necessary Motivation to Make It All Work by Randall Dean


The Time Management Tech Doesn’t Matter (Much!) — it is the “infrastructure” that lies underneath the tech that matters!

Do you have your time/life/e-mail management infrastructure in place? Do you have all of the pieces you need to manage this important stuff properly? Do you even know what the right “infrastructure pieces” are?

Regardless of the technology system you use to manage your time (from the old paper-based planners, to Outlook and other server-based software systems, to cloud tools like Google productivity apps and Toodledo, to an app-based system on your smart phone and/or tablet) if you have basic infrastructure components in place, you should perform reasonably well.  Here is one component.

The necessary motivation to make it all work. As the famous quote says, “If you have a big enough ‘why’, the how becomes obvious.” Do you know what it is you are trying to accomplish in work and life, and why it is important to you? If so, the infrastructure will greatly assist you in a more efficient and effective accomplishment of those goals and priorities. And if you don’t really care, the infrastructure probably won’t help that much. “You can lead a horse to water…” 😉

© Randall “Randy” Dean, MBA, is known as the “Totally Obsessed” Time Management/ Technology Guy and E-mail Sanity Expert. Randy is an expert speaker and trainer on the topics of time management, e-mail & office clutter management, related usage of MS Outlook and PDA/SmartPhone devices, and effectively managing internal staff & team meetings. He is the author of the new 2009 national productivity sensation, and Recent Amazon.com #1 E-mail Bestseller, Taming the E-mail Beast: 45 Key Strategies for Better Managing Your E-mail Overload — here at http://www.randalldean.com/store.html.

To learn more about what Randy can do for you and your organization, visit his web sites: DandallDean.com and http://www.randalldean.com

And look for more components in future posts, both here and on Life of Es.

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