This book is full of ideas on how to organize and priortize work. True to the title, it's about accomplishing the things that really matter. The narrative by Stever Robbins is upbeat, engaging and kept me laughing. Great examples of the systems in the book make it easy to follow.
For a book about time management the author spends an incredible amount of time wasting time with ridiculous jokes and stories. There is a lot of rambling and the humor in this book seriously distracts from any content. Really wouldn't mind getting my money or credits back for this book. This is one of few books that audible recommended that I really didn't like.
I think "stever" need to figure out that he wants to be a comedian instead of a consultant or author. PASS......
This book shows you how to actually tackle everything from the largest to the most trival task possible... I got it all done, had fun doing it because the book is hysterical (making the task seem like less work). Stever has so many tips and tricks to make it all possible!
Thank you Stever!!
Oh I almost forgot... I think your fans Love your work, they really do!! Although I'd never book that trip from here...
Now, I'm addicted to the audiobook. Stever has a very unique style when it comes to relaying information. You have to appreciate his sense of humor (which, fortunately, most office people and entrepreneurs do). I read his book, but I am so glad to also have the audiobook because Stever has a unique way of delivering information that makes you sit up, take heed--all while having fun. Come on--how many productivity books are actually FUN? He makes you WANT to be more productive because he makes the process more entertaining and simple.
Book is OK, but not for construction men. Get little bit boring listen this book. Probably office people will like.
This is clearly the most up to date information on how to manage today's busy life! No matter how much you think you already know, get this book.
Never had so much fun, listening to tips for improving my productivity and focus on the real stuff. Your'e my hero, Stever!
Half the advice is nonsense and even contradicts itself and the other half are things that you already know.
This book offers good ideas that would be beneficial to review. I would definitely listen to it again.
No, it is 6 hours long.
His manner might be a bit bubbly for some, but there are lot's of good ideas here. Conveyed with a clarity and simplicity that make the ideas useful.