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Praxis Plus Webinar - Organizing Through Outlook Filters and Folders

FREE WEBINAR - OUTLOOK FOLDERS AND FILTERS

The Praxis Plus process utilizes tools that assist in time management.   The Webinar summary:

Organizing your emails is essential to better managing your time and resources. If you keep all or most of your email messages in your in-box, then this class is for you! This class will cover creating sub-folders for your emails and applying filters to automatically move messages into sub-folders. Filters may also be applied to move junk emails based on subject or content.

Benefits of Using Folders and Filters
- Organize your emails.
- Easily find past emails.
- Save time by automatically moving emails into sub-folders based on sender and/or topic.
- Automatically move spam and other junk emails based on words in the subject or body.

Wednesday, January 7th @ 4:00pm EST

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Lani Sanethong, Business Development Manager for Virtual Homes, will be conducting the hour long webinar.

 Praxis Plus

PictureStep 1, and Step 2, -identifying and planning activities to accomplish within a time frame.  In Step 3, we discussed how your success will be determined by your ability to identify your target (your goals), focusing on the outcome you desire and taking action with a positive mental attitude. 

In Step 4 we introduced planning and determining priorities as methods for increasing your power sources that will make you more effective in achieving your goals (hitting the target).  In Step 5, we explored proficiency, which will allow you to perform tasks quickly and leverage your time.  In Step 6 additional time saving techniques and motivation was discussed.

Virtual Homes Real Estate, Inc. provides an Internet Marketing System for Realtors and lenders.  In addition to our systems, we offer tools, training and support. 

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Comment balloon 0 commentsFred Doleac • January 12 2009 07:26AM

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