I think I have read or listened to many of the popular time and space organizing books and while often pulling something useful from them this is the first one that has seemed to stick with me. He provides the best integration of principals, techniques (with enough flexibility to suit one???s circumstance and preference), and work space. As some others have commented, get the unabridged edition (I don???t know what the abridged edition is like but I cannot imagine leaving anything out). It may be helpful to also get the book (or e-book on Kindle or Nook). I usually listen to Audible material while driving or at the gym, where I can???t take notes (this ???listen??? makes you want to take notes) and it was handy to review key concepts of a section when I was able to sit down and look at a hard copy. I just discovered that the book???s charts are downloadable (PDF) from ???My Library??? on Audible ??? don???t forget those!
I also enjoyed the author doing the narration. As has been mentioned it was like having the coach right there at your side. His principals and techniques aren???t just for work but apply as effectively to personal activities and community involvement. I???m spending much less of my off duty time trying to get caught up and reorganized and as a result I???m less stressed and get more accomplished while I???m at work or on a project.
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