Do you struggle to keep your calendar and to-do list organized? Does your email pile up at an alarming rate? Have you ever missed a deadline because your post-it note reminder failed to alert you at the right time? Are you under-utilizing all the powerful tools that Microsoft Outlook® has to offer? If you answered yes to any of these questions, the Dominate Your Day (DYD) workshop will benefit you! In this hands-on class you will receive practical skills to help you master proven techniques for a total time-management solution.



This program is intended for individuals at any level who currently use MS Outlook. It will help participants optimize this powerful software to become better organized, own their schedule, and dominate their tasks. Students must have their own Microsoft Outlook® (version 2013 or newer) for the program. 

 The main focus of this workshop will be on the classic view of Outlook 365, with some focus on web-based Outlook 365. However, students with 2016, 2019, or 2021 versions will also be supported. 



  • Change the way you look at preparing for your day, week, and beyond.
  • Combine new habits with email tools to efficiently manage your inbox, instead of your inbox managing you.
  • Expertly employ the Microsoft Outlook® task bar to control your projects and action items ensuring you are on time, every time.
  • Redesign your Microsoft Outlook® calendar to maintain focus and organize your commitments.
  • Become a more effective person at work.



Monday, October 30 & Monday, November 6, 2023

12:00 PM - 3:00PM

(Lunch will be provided at 11:30 AM each day)

In-Person at MCAWW 



Tuition for the program is $250.




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Dominate Your Day is an independent workshop, developed by MCA of Western Washington, and is neither affiliated with, nor endorsed by the Microsoft Corporation. This is not a Microsoft Certification course.


MCAWW educational programs are open to Western Washington Mechanical Contracting Industry Improvement Fund contributors.