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My Obsession with DESKTOP Outlook

You know, it seems almost old fashioned these days to not primarily be using a web or smartphone version of a mail app, or anything else, really. Obviously, Gmail and the Google Docs started that trend to web-based apps being … Continue reading

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Microsoft’s New To-Do Module—Does it replace Tasks?

About once a month I get a note from someone asking: “When are you going to show us how to use the new Microsoft To-Do with MYN or 1MTD?” Well, for MYN, my short answer is: “not until they add … Continue reading

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Something to Consider: Creating Multiple Processed Mail Folders

As you probably know, I recommend using a single-folder filing system to speed filing and finding mail. Typically, I recommend you create a subfolder of the inbox and name it Processed Mail. Or, in newer copies of Outlook, I recommend … Continue reading

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Price Reduction on MYN Outlook Video Training for Ninja Course Owners, (and visa versa)

Starting immediately, if you own either of the Outlook Inbox video courses, you can purchase the MYN Outlook video course for roughly $65 off (new price: $235). To get to that price, log into your Ninja course, then go to … Continue reading

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Letting Go of Excess Tasks

I read an interesting article today about how the prevalence of Burnout at work is getting out of control. Almost no one will disagree with that, but it also reminded me that while nearly all of us really are overloaded, … Continue reading

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Windows Outlook Tip: Hiding Select Conversation Email. New Free Video

Have you ever been cc’d on an ongoing email conversation that seems to go on forever in Outlook and you don’t want future messages from the conversation clogging up your Inbox anymore? There are two commands in Windows Outlook that … Continue reading

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Help, My To-Do List it Way Too Long!!!!

I just read an interesting and entertaining article about how all to-do lists tend to get too long after only a few weeks or months of use, and then we give up on them. It’s a funny and informative article, … Continue reading

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Competing Task Systems: 1MTD vs. MYN (and extending 1MTD)

You probably know that I created and teach two task (to-do list) management systems: the One Minute To-Do list (1MTD) and Master Your Now (MYN). The first, 1MTD, is a great starter system, and it’s “good enough” for many people … Continue reading

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6 Time-Saving Ways to Use Outlook Rules

Many people have used Outlook rules to automatically move incoming email to a folder. But there are a ton of other useful ways to use rules in Windows Desktop Outlook. In this article I’ll give an overview of 6 ways … Continue reading

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New Video Added to Outlook Inbox Ninja Course: Showing More Old Email

I have a pet peeve with newer versions of Outlook/Exchange. The default setting for these is to cache (or store) less mail locally, meaning when you scroll or search, only newer mail is shown and older mail may be completely … Continue reading

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