Employees know they are lucky enough to have a job in this economy and are working longer hours just to stay employed. Yet studies have repeatedly shown that long workweeks result in a decrease in productivity. For over 20 years, Laura Stack has been teaching professionals how to transform their ever-expanding to-do lists into a functional, workable system. "What To Do When There's Too Much To Do" teaches you how to actually do less and achieve more; Stack describes her comprehensive approach that organises life around the tasks that really matter, and shows it's okay to let go of the ones that don't. Stack details her step-by-step strategy that has transformed the lives of her clients by saving them 90 minutes a day, including how to: determine what to do and schedule time to do it; track down time wasters; learn to say no and make it stick; rescue your time from meetings; handle external and internal distractions; reduce inefficiencies and break bottlenecks; and, manage your personal energy and make yourself happier.