I’ve got a review of One Year to an Organized Work Life: From Your Desk to Your Deadlines, the Week-by-Week Guide to Eliminating Office Stress for Good up at LifeHack today. To sum up my review over there, I think it’s a useful tool for getting organized. It presents a holistic approach and a very clear path to getting organized and cutting your stress.
I’m offering up my review copy here, as usual. To enter the giveaway, leave a comment telling us what your biggest problem in organizing your work is before the end of the day Sunday. I’ll randomly select a winner on Monday (January 13). I will pay shipping within the U.S. — if you win and live outside the U.S., I’ll ask you to cover the difference.
To get us started, my biggest problem in organizing my work is remembering far off due dates. I’ll put them on my calendar, but I won’t really be aware of them until about a week out — a bit of an issue if we’re talking about a project that will take more than a week to complete. I’ve tried a couple of different solutions but fooling myself into thinking that a deadline is much closer than it might actually be seems to work best.