This book is really nice. It is helpful and has it nice light feeling. I recomend it to anyone looking to lighten their load!
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Listening to the Audible version is useful as reading the book, with the text as backup.
Yes - tons of actionable information - so much so, I actually purchased the physical book afterwards to take notes in and get even more from.
GREAT info. GTD/Getting Things Done just never clicked for me - Zen To Done clicks perfectly for me/my personality/mind
Realizing that having things SET a certain way could be powerful
How to make habit changes - how to be more organized and not let my lists dictate my life
great read if you want to learn to work smarter and be more organized!
If you are into Getting Things Done by David Allen, this is a great complement. If you are not - then this is a sound approach to personal organizing. It is well carried out, well structured and to the point. Highly recommended for anyone who wants an upgrade to their personal organizing.
basically a critique and opinion piece on how to implement David Allen's Getting Things Done system. I actually encountered Z T D first and read Allen's book after. If you've not read Getting Things Done yet you needn't bother. Z T D covers all relevant concepts and offers a better method of implementing them.
Solid book. I really enjoyed this. For anyone looking to get a handle of their to-do list, this is it.
A simple system to implement and keep using. I have been quite happy with GTD and curious to hear about a more structured approach. An evolution, rather than revolution of GTD.
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I don't think so. I enjoy Buddhism, Zen in particular. This approach to explaining it's essence was somewhat unappealing. A bit pompous, a bit condescending. This is probably a personal perspective completely, others may find it appealing.
There are other books I enjoyed more on the topic. Audible has several good approaches. I would recommend listeners look elsewhere and check the ratings, which I generally find helpful.
No. I think Audible does a good job overall.
The information was a nice amendment to the GTD system by David Allen.
I would recommend the book, but not the audiobook.
He sounded computer generated.