Making It All Work was the book I needed to read to get a handle on my business and my life. It offers clear and concise recommendations on how to use the concepts of David's earlier book "Getting Things Done" to improve your life.
What I liked best was the flexibility of the recommendations and how practical it is.
This book is as good as "Getting Things Done", but I think you should read "Getting Things Done" first.
I loved the detail, the amount of background information, and the authors encyclopedic knowledge of the Civil War, especially the Battle of Gettysburg. My only advice is: before listening to this book, it may be helpful to go to the Wikipedia website and down load maps from the Gettysburg Campaign. It helped me understand the complexity of moving thousands of men and materials, as well as what goes into preparing for battle, and how the battle was played out.
The Iron Brigade of the Union Army because they stood and fought longer and harder, suffering the most devastating losses, than anyone else on the Union side.
No, but the narration was excellent.
No, but the description of the carnage was cringe-worthy.
The best thing to listen to when you are facing what seems to be an overwhelmingly difficult time in your life.
Nate does what no one else has managed to do. Write a comprehensive book about statistics and probability that is interesting and informative. I loved listening to this book.
Gary has lived the strategies explained in Crush-It. He explains how social media is different from advertising in print or TV. Then he outlines how to use social media to do what you love doing. It is clear and convincing.
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Gary is over the top. But his message is so convincing that it was enjoyable.
Hi story about the Jets sweater vest.
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