Personal Note from Julie: Learning to Process New Information

Feb 26, 2016 | Innovation

Our connected world has made it possible to send and receive information at lightning speeds just about anywhere – work, home, even in the car. And every day, there are hundreds of pieces of new information being hurled in your direction. Some of it is relevant and useful, and some of it isn’t worth your time. But how do you decide which information to keep? How do you process this new data? This week, we’re offering you some strategies for processing new information in your admin job and career on our Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn pages.

We’re also continuing our focus on getting organized. The past few months of our AdminPro Training Series have focused on going through Laura Stack’s Productivity Workflow Formula, and her book, What To Do When There’s Too Much to Do, in an effort to help you get organized and better manage your time.

But keeping your time organized is just one of the many organizing challenges that admins face.

This is why I’m very excited to announce that my next book, The Organized Admin, should be officially in print before the end of March. To learn about the book and reserve your autographed copy, visit You’ll also find the link for the Time and Space Style Inventory if you’re curious about how to better leverage your unique organizing style in creating more effective systems for you. Then stay tuned for even more resources and strategies to help you get organized. This is just the beginning of what we have in store for you in the weeks ahead!

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