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Use Removable Labels

By
Stever Robbins
1-minute read

I buy and read a lot of books, scripts, and reports, and often keep my favorites prominently displayed on my bookshelves at home and at the office. It's the books I love the most that I'm most inclined to lend out, so I want to put my name and contact information in them. But writing my info in pen isn't great, because I may someday donate books to libraries or used bookstores, and I don't want my information in the book.


Buy a few sheets of removable address labels. A few minutes with my favorite word processor and I can print a whole sheet of my name and contact info. Then, when I buy a new book or script or receive an important report, I just label it using a removable label. If I loan it out, my info's still there. But if I decide to get rid of it, I can quickly peel off the label, keeping the book or report in pristine condition.

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About the Author

Stever Robbins

Stever Robbins was the host of the podcast Get-it-Done Guy from 2007 to 2019. He is a graduate of W. Edward Deming’s Total Quality Management training program and a Certified Master Trainer Elite of NLP. He holds an MBA from the Harvard Business School and a BS in Computer Sciences from MIT.