I'm a productive person. I'm an account/project manager by day...keeping lots of balls in the air most of the time. At home, I "manage" pretty much everything. I freelance. I exercise. I even cook. Even though I'd love to have a few more hours in the day, I'm pretty determined to make the best use of the hours that I do have.
As a result...I'm a junkie for organizing & productivity books. I brought 2 books with me on this trip (I'm in Ohio)...Getting Things Done and Never Check Email in the Morning. They've both been sitting on my bookshelf for a few months. GTD has a lot of ideas that I'll likely implement (particularly the email managment systems). I've been jotting down notes as I'm reading, and plan to put ideas into action when I'm back in the office. I couldn't get into Never Check Email...honestly, any book that promotes only checking email at certain points in the day makes me yawn (if anyone is interested in reading it, just drop me a note in comments...I'm happy to pass it on).
Anyway...while I'm on this kick of looking for new ways to be even more efficient, I'd love to know your tips & tricks. Or the blogs and books that you're reading about organizing & productivity.
How do you get things done?