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59 To Save You Time -- Admins' Best Kept Secrets

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Dear reader,

I hope our resources for office professionals are providing you with useful advice, strategies and news to help you become more productive in the office and grow your career.

Our resources will give you that competitive edge over your colleagues, so you're the one who gets promoted …

Joan and I started at this company at the same time. I wouldn't call her a close friend, but we did eat lunch together sometimes and I knew her job was a lot like mine — lots of interruptions because too many bosses wanted too many things. I had thought we were moving at about the same pace career-wise, but a few months ago she started acting like she was eating steroids for breakfast every morning.

And then, smack in the middle of tough times, she got promoted. And I exploded.

"While I'm running myself ragged to get noticed, you get all the praise. But you never seem to work hard. You always take lunch, you never stay late — yet everybody thinks you're Ms. Perfect." Embarrassed by my outburst, I sank down in the chair next to her desk and quietly asked …

"Joan, what's your secret?"

"I don't have one secret," she said. "Nope. I have 59 of them."

Seeing my puzzled expression, she smiled and tapped the cover of a slim59 Technology Tips for the Administrative Professional book that was sitting on her desk. "Right in here are the 59 secrets I've been using to turn ordinary technology — like email and Microsoft Office — into my own personal success-boosters. I know it's hard to believe one book could make such a difference, but then …" she paused. "Well, I do start my new job on Monday …."

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So I took the book and flipped to the table of contents. I couldn't believe what I saw — it was like a list of Joan's biggest successes …

  • All the time-saving shortcuts that Joan used, such as turning an email into a meeting invite … with just one click.
  • Those awesome PowerPoint presentations — and how even her fanciest PPTs zip right through email.
  • The podcast she created when the CEO couldn't join the sales team on an important call with clients — she just recorded the call and he played it later on his laptop.
  • The web conferencing tool she used to save the company thousands of dollars in travel expenses — and helped land the biggest account ever!

It was all there! The big ideas … the little timesavers … even those "Ms. Joanie Perfect" secrets. I kept scanning through the book.

"Tell you what," Joan said. "Why don't you keep the book? I've learned all those tips — they're just part of how I work. They've helped me earn my promotion, and now I want them to help you."

I haven't seen Joan in a while, but I still hear about her. Seems the same tips that made her an excellent administrative professional help her shine at whatever she chooses to do!

In the meantime, thanks to 59 Technology Tips, I've done some shining myself:

  • I zip through email clutter with color coding, subfolders, and a freebie from Microsoft that is way faster than the standard "Find" function.
  • I've impressed my boss (and saved her time) by not emailing links to web pages. Instead, I send actual screen shots — it's faster than clicking through!
  • I've earned my way into executive meetings because I do the best presentations in the company — I'm SO far ahead of old bullet-point slides!
  • I've proven myself the most tech savvy (and most efficient) admin in the office with all the apps I've put on my smartphone — such as CheckList, Flipboard, Pages and Dropbox.

The day Joan gave me her book, she said, "Technology doesn't just make you more efficient, it makes you more marketable. So when you do earn your own promotion, remember to tell other office professionals about 59 Technology Tips."

Well, today's the day — I'm being promoted!

So now, with this special offer to try 59 Technology Tips for the Administrative Professional, I want to pass this amazing book along to you.

Get your copy today.

Elizabeth Hall
Elizabeth Hall, Senior Web Editor

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