it is practical, I have been able to apply it to my work
none that i am aware off,but if there was would like to get it
not especially, I have actually (and this is a hands down first) listened to
I found this very applicable and something I use in my everyday work life, and it has helped me be more focused, organized, I do review it periodically
Most "getting crap done" books are long on theory and convoluted organizational ideas. They tell you you need to do something but never tell you how. This book is extremely effective at laying out what you need to do to be effective and then gives specific examples of what to do specifically to reach your goal. There is probably nothing new about the fundamental ideas, rather this book distinguishes itself in the implementation of the ideas.
Manager tools podcasts.
Effective narrator, nothing distracting.
Probably focusing on top three things I do to add value at work.
Concise, not larded down by unnecessary info. I will read again in the near future.
I am a big procrastinator, this book will be helping me a lot. I am already practicing some of the stuff and it's working perfectly. I get the most important stuff done first " Eat That big Frog " If you are like me, a Professional and entrepreneur that feel like you are always overwhelmed with projects then this book is for you!!! Right On Brian .....
This was a great book and it got straight to the point. I know I'll be listening again. It takes time to break old habits and start new ones.
Very practical applications and sensible ways to implement better habits. I am definitely using the techniques to rid myself of procrastination in the areas that matter most.
Simple strategic advice for getting things done and staying focused. Has helped be more productive with Ora rival guidelines and systems.