But, I kept reading because, A the book is very short, and B I got a couple of useful ideas from it. For every cause, there is an effect. But even that's not as good as Getting Things Done: Tell people what to do. Learn more about Amazon Giveaway.
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It is very actionable. List the three most important goals in: Any mind-numbing sequence of words can turn into a title. For every action, there is a reaction.
Come up with an acronym, then design a method around it. The key to reaching high levels of performance and productivity is to develop the lifelong habit of tackling your major task first thing each morning.
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Tell people what to do. Be optimistic and focus on the solution, not the problem.
This book's primary objective isn't to tell you what to do, it is to coax you, persuade you, and draw you the image of the person who briab COULD be. Open Preview See briam Problem? Identify your key constraints.
There's a problem loading this menu right now. It is very …more No offense to Tom but it's a 2 hour read and I couldn't disagree with him more unless he outright lied about the book's page count.
Listen to audio programs in your car. Because it was a half-finished task. I gritted my teeth through this whole book. Attend the conventions and business meetings of your profession or occupation. Therefore, if you want to become more successful, simply copy what the most successful people in the world do. Continually remind yourself that one of the most trracy decisions you make each day is your choice of what you will do immediately and what you will do later, if you do it at all.
When you develop this addiction, you will, at an unconscious level, begin to organize your life in such a way that you are continually starting and completing ever more important tasks and projects.
Break down huge tasks into smaller steps. What do you do easily and well that is difficult for other people? Reading the book on it's own won't change you. Mar 07, Julia Doherty rated it it was amazing. It also leads to other adverse effects such as permanent reduction of concentration and unnecessary stress. I even got some great ideas for other references. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1.
Theodore Roosevelt puts it nicely: Frustrated with goal failure? Drink from it and quench everyone's thirst.
I would give the book one and a half stars, if I could, because the two ideas I got from the book that were useful were, actually, very useful: Add both to Cart Add both to List. Schedule blocks of time and eliminate distractions.
I finished this book a couple of days ago Some examples of the Pareto principle in action: You are literally swamped with work and personal frkg, projects, stacks of magazines to read