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The writing style is entertaining and easy to read, that I think many re-reads are worth it.
My resolution this year was to get better organized and make more effective use of my time (aka getting better at life).
How to carry out the recommendation in this book may differ with time (I mean who have their own office rooms to lock door and focus anymore?
), but the core ideas for time management in this book are always relevant.
He also augmented the stereotypical, "get a planner and use it" advice with many tasks specific to my profession (maintaining documentation, managing ticket queu My resolution this year was to get better organized and make more effective use of my time (aka getting better at life).
He also augmented the stereotypical, "get a planner and use it" advice with many tasks specific to my profession (maintaining documentation, managing ticket queues, sifting through email) .
This book was chock full of common sense for this goal.
No other job pulls people in so many directions at once.
I do ton of GTD productivity stuff already, using basic file systems, tickler calendar/file, I limit my "distraction time" with set times to check emails and voice mail but often find that large chunks of my projects are basically "distraction driven".
It's my job to field interruptions as they often turn into billable hours, keep the project moving forward and keep clients happy and coming back.
Time Management for System Administrators understands that an Sys Admin often has competing goals: the concurrent responsibilities of working on large projects and taking care of a user's needs.
That's why it focuses on strategies that help you work through daily tasks, yet still allow you to handle critical situations that inevitably arise.