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Effective Time Management: Using Microsoft® Outlook® to Organize Your Work and Personal Life by Lothar Seiwert and Holger Woeltje

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How to Get a Handle on Your Time

The idea that planning, using Outlook, keeping a schedule, or making notes kills creativity is usually something claimed by people who don’t do it—by people who frequently forget essential tasks, miss appointments, and can’t find important information again when they need it, who are therefore completely overburdened and stressed, have no time left for what’s important, and end up getting too involved with small stuff or non-issues. So, in the end, by NOT using these tools, they actually have NO time or only little time left for creativity, friends, and what matters most to them.

Some think there is nothing they can do about it (even though, strangely enough, others in the same work environment and with the same ...

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