Jul 30, 2022
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This helps and motivates. 4. Organize Microsoft Outlook As a creative person, associative and holistic thinking comes naturally. Logical thinking and remembering details are less automatic. Information processing simply takes time. For example, realize that remembering a new name always takes 8 seconds of practice. By actively working with information, it is better to remember things and to find things again. I use Microsoft Office 365 for this. The tools of Microsoft Outlook Within Microsoft Office 365 you have the. Microsoft Outlook program for managing your mail, contacts, agenda, tasks and notes. Read how you can structure all these information flows: Organize mail The more emails you see, the more stress you get. That's how it works for a lot of people. So the more you take away, the more restful it gives. Wanting or having to have an empty job function email list inbox can be stressful and it doesn't have to be. You have less control over crowds, but habits all the more. After you have read emails, you can delete them or move them to one of the 9 folders. You don't have to do the task right away. What you do is filter relevant information from the Microsoft mail in order to process it. As follows: Organize contacts If you receive e-mails from new colleagues or new clients, put the contact details immediately in your Outlook Contacts and in your mobile phone. So Name, company name, telephone number and e-mail address. Often I just paste the email signature into the annotation field. Enter name and save the record. That way you always have everyone with you. Organize calendar You can indicate one or two priorities for each working day in your agenda. This is how you structure the week. If you do not work between 06:00 and 08:00, you can place two 'half an hour' appointments in that time interval. Purely for yourself. They are reminders that catch the eye as soon as you view the Agenda. It focuses your work week when priorities are spread out over the week.