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Mrs. Julie Martin A.

Product Curriculum Manager

Microsoft Corporation

Direct Phone: (425) ***-****       

Email: j***@***.com

Microsoft Corporation

One Microsoft Way

Redmond, Washington 98052

United States

Company Description

Founded in 1975, Microsoft (Nasdaq "MSFT") is the worldwide leader in software, services and solutions that help people and businesses realize their full potential. [1] Microsoft will disclose the specific market availability at a later date, to be determ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Head of Facilities

Mediacom

Revenue and Audience Strategist

Toronto Star

Director of Community Engagement and Aquatic Leadership

Lafayette Family YMCA

Coordinator for OT, PT and APE and Director of Therapeutic and Educational Support Services

The Ivymount School

Assistant Professor and PT MA

Broome Community College

Technical Software Consultant

Ernst & Young LLP

Senior Manager, SQA Engineering

Symantec Corporation

Education

BA
English
California State University , Northridge

BSCS

BMS college

Bachelors of Science Degree
Kinesiology
State University of NY at Cortland

M.C.S. degree

Texas A&M University

Web References (89 Total References)


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Relationship Expert – Relationship Help – Relationship Advice :: Relationship Toolbox – Dr. Patty Ann

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Author Julie Morgenstern wrote an entire book on the subject, called "Never Check Email In The Morning. Morgenstern has been a consultant for companies like American Express, FedEx and Microsoft since 1989 and has written extensively on organization and time management for publications like Forbes and the New York Times.

If you start your day off by responding to emails, "you'll never recover," Morgenstern told The Huffington Post. "Those requests and those interruptions and those unexpected surprises and those reminders and problems are endless... there is very little that cannot wait a minimum of 59 minutes."
The problem is, email is reactive and not proactive, she says. You just wind up bouncing from task to task, letting your inbox set your agenda. Instead of starting your day with email, start by completing an important task that requires focus.
"It's hard to go from your transactional, shallow part of your brain, the frontal cortex, to the other parts of your brain where strategy happens and relationships happen," Morgenstern told HuffPost. "It's easier to start in the deep recesses of your brain and go to the shallow parts."
If you start your day with an important, focused project, "you'll get significantly more done," says Morgenstern who emphatically notes that truly succesful people always start their day like this.


Relationship Expert – Relationship Help – Relationship Advice :: Relationship Toolbox – Dr. Patty Ann

www.relationshiptoolbox.com [cached]

Author Julie Morgenstern wrote an entire book on the subject, called "Never Check Email In The Morning. Morgenstern has been a consultant for companies like American Express, FedEx and Microsoft since 1989 and has written extensively on organization and time management for publications like Forbes and the New York Times.

If you start your day off by responding to emails, "you'll never recover," Morgenstern told The Huffington Post. "Those requests and those interruptions and those unexpected surprises and those reminders and problems are endless... there is very little that cannot wait a minimum of 59 minutes."
The problem is, email is reactive and not proactive, she says. You just wind up bouncing from task to task, letting your inbox set your agenda. Instead of starting your day with email, start by completing an important task that requires focus.
"It's hard to go from your transactional, shallow part of your brain, the frontal cortex, to the other parts of your brain where strategy happens and relationships happen," Morgenstern told HuffPost. "It's easier to start in the deep recesses of your brain and go to the shallow parts."
If you start your day with an important, focused project, "you'll get significantly more done," says Morgenstern who emphatically notes that truly succesful people always start their day like this.


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