FREE educational WEBINAR 

have Outlook? want to save 40 minutes every day?

Outlook Productivity: How to eliminate email overwhelm, get priorities sorted, and stay focused on the job at hand.

Get the key tips and see how 12 000 people in 320 companies in 12 countries are helping their businesses to save time and money worth one month's payroll - every year. They use our Outlook Productivity System to each save 40 minutes a day, escape email overwhelm, regain control and focus on THEIR priorities.

Hosted by
Gerrit Cloete
February 4th | 11:00 SAST | Show in my timezone

Here's What You'll Get

Productivity principles and tactics to overcome four of the biggest productivity challenges

Bonus! Ways to get the same things done - easier.

You want a certain result. Process A delivers your result in about 20 minutes. Process B delivers the result in half the time. Which one do you choose? If you chose B, you are in good luck because the shortcuts you are about to learn in this webinar easily cut the time to get things done in half. (Watch and see!)

Challenge #1: Email overwhelm!

Our surveys show this to be people's number 1 productivity challenge. Make high-level decisions about what to do with your email: File it, Action it or Trash it. Get CC mails out of your Inbox. Supplement your filing system with an efficient finding system. Even more, shortcuts make it super-easy to transform a fuzzy Inbox into crystal clear actions.

Challenge #2: How do I effectively prioritise my work?

"Everything is urgent! How do I decide what to do first?" This is the question many people struggle to answer. Our Productivity Decision Tree (you will meet it on the webinar) makes it easy to make your work visible and actionable. Enabling you to choose your next action based on your context and not on who is shouting the loudest.

Challenge #3: There's so much distraction around! How do I stay focused?

Start your day proactively, reviewing your agenda - not looking at what other people want you to do, i.e., your Inbox. Communicate your priorities and protect your boundaries using your Calendar. Say 'no'. Minimise distractions. Say goodbye to wasting time while 'multitasking'.

Challenge #4: So much stuff to keep for later reference ... How do I find it again?

Where do you keep telephone numbers? Addresses? Banking details? Inspirational quotes? Details of your vehicle registration? Notes of conversations with others?

You can consolidate your current note-keeping practices into one place - Outlook. You may just be surprised to see how easy it is to keep - and find! - important information.

What's next?

If you like what you see in this webinar, and feel that you, your team, or your business can benefit by adopting the Outlook Productivity system, you can register for our follow-up demo webinar and system walk-through. We can easily arrange an online Boardroom Briefing for you, your team, and others involved in deciding if this is a practical way for you to get and stay even more productive.


About Gerrit Cloete

Gerrit is the ultimate hardworking lazy guy. Working extremely hard to find ways how to get the right things done with as little effort as possible. And when he does, to share it with as many people as possible.

Through his work, he has helped more than 12 000 people in 320 companies in 12 countries to say, 'This is making my life so much easier.' 

Gerrit holds post-graduate degrees in physics, education, and an MBA from the University of Stellenbosch.

He enjoys living in Cape Town, where he visits his 'Universities of Life', the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden as well as the Sea Point promenade at least once a week for inspiration.


About Duncan Hattingh

As the voicemail message on his cell phone says: ”If I can’t take your call, I am either in a workshop or out cycling!”

Duncan’s industrial engineering background and his love of the “ooh” and “aahhh” moments when people learn a really cool trick in MS Outlook are his inspiration and motivation in helping people use their technology in ways that make them more productive.

Was there life before the Internet, cell phones and gadgets? Duncan’s glad he missed it!

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