How to read fast. I am unfamiliar with speed reading techniques, so I cannot evaluate them.
The best way to read quickly is to read lots. And lots. And to have started a long time ago. Then maybe you know what is coming in the current book. Reading quickly is often, in a margin-relevant way, close to not reading much at all. Note that when you add up the time costs of reading lots, quick readers don’t consume information as efficiently as you might think. Another way to read quickly is to cut bait on the losers. Fairfax and Arlington counties have wonderful public library systems, and I go about five times a week to one branch or another. I am both interested and compulsive. Virtually every Tuesday I visit the New Books table at Borders. Here is another reading tip: do less of other activities.
Blogging hasn’t hurt my writing, it has helped by non-fiction reading, but I read fewer novels. Here are two earlier posts on time management. Addendum: Jane Galt comments. Google's Eric Schmidt has these 9 rules for emailing. Communication in the Internet Century usually means using email, and email, despite being remarkably useful and powerful, often inspires momentous dread in otherwise optimistic, happy humans.
Here are our personal rules for mitigating that sense of foreboding: Cover of 'How Google Works,' by Eric Schmidt and Jonathan Rosenberg How Google Works 1. Respond quickly. There are people who can be relied upon to respond promptly to emails, and those who can’t. 2. 3. When you open a new message, you have a few options: Read enough of it to realize that you don’t need to read it, read it and act right away, read it and act later, or read it later (worth reading but not urgent and too long to read at the moment). If you do this well, then your inbox becomes a to‑do list of only the complex issues, things that require deeper thought (label these emails “take action,” or in Gmail mark them as starred), with a few “to read” items that you can take care of later.
Do I wish to revise my time management tips? Raccourcis Excel : gain de temps avec les services managés. Quoi, encore une liste de raccourcis Excel ?!
Oui, mais et si cette fois vous les utilisiez, enfin ? Je tombe régulièrement sur des listes de raccourcis comme celle-là sur des blogs ou forums de conseil informatique. À chaque fois, je les survole, je trouve un raccourci qui me paraît pratique, et je l’oublie finalement dès le lendemain. Cette fois, c’est différent ! Vous ne quitterez pas cette page sans avoir assimilé trois nouveaux raccourcis, qui vous feront gagner 15 secondes chacun. Je vous propose donc d’en choisir trois parmi les 7 suivants et de vous engager à les retenir, et surtout à vous en servir. 1. Ctrl/Shift/+ (ou Ctrl/touche plus du pavé numérique) Quand vous sélectionnez une cellule ou une plage de cellules, ce raccourci affiche la boîte de dialogue Insertion de cellule.
Les principaux raccourcis pour Excel. 27 Unspoken Suit Rules Every Man Should Know. 10 Quick Time-Saving Excel Shortcuts & Mouse Tricks for Marketers. Shortcut Key for Format Painter. Please Note: This article is written for users of the following Microsoft Excel versions: 97, 2000, 2002, and 2003.
If you are using a later version (Excel 2007 or later), this tip may not work for you. For a version of this tip written specifically for later versions of Excel, click here: Shortcut Key for Format Painter. Fred loves to use the Format Painter, but doesn't like to use the mouse to use the tool. He would find it much easier to use if there were a shortcut key instead. Unfortunately, Excel doesn't provide a single shortcut key you can use for the Format Painter. Select the cell from which the format is to be copied.Press Ctrl+C. In step 4 you could also press Shift+F10 rather than Alt+E. If you prefer a real shortcut key (only a single key press), then you will need to develop your own macro to paste only the format.
To use the macro, follow steps 1 through 3 as previously outlined, and then run the macro. Save Time! Comments for this tip: Rorrey15 Dec 2013, 11:17 Wow! Thanks. Gmail Shortcuts, Tips, and Tricks: Latest Secrets for Hacking Your Email. If you’re like me, you’re checking Gmail constantly.
Despite how much time you spend on Gmail, I bet that good old Google Mail is still holding out a few secrets on you! Well we’re blowing its cover and showing you some of the most valuable Gmail tips and tricks to make your email checking a bit easier. Gmail Keyboard Shortcuts Did you know you can use a number of Gmail keyboard shortcuts from within Google Gmail? Some general Word shortcuts apply so that when you’re composing messages, you can use Gmail shortcut keys like: Ctrl + b | Make your text bold. Ctrl + i | Make your text italicized. Keyboard Shortcut to rename Worksheet.