I don't know, I haven't read the print version.
The practical tricks and tips how to manage my time.
No, I haven't
• Creative work first, reactive work second.
• Don't wait for moods. You accomplish nothing if you do that. Your mind must know it has to get down to work.
• We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence then is not an act but a habit.
• The human mind is better suited for running sprints than marathons.
• We tend to overestimate what we can do in a short period and we underestimate what we can do over a long period. A small daily task, if it'll be really daily, will beat the labours of a spasmodic Hercules. Over the long run, the unglamorous habit of frequency fosters both - productivity and creativity.
The narrator was the best I've heard so far.
I would recommend only the last 20 minutes of the book, the rest is just too much information.
I learned a lot from this books, I could say too much. All I wanted was a formula that would help me change my habits and to be fair, I got it - the last 20 minutes of the book. The rest was just story telling with too much insights and details, which my in my opinion were unnecessary.
Yes! Because this book is full of practical information and real life stories that I won't be able to grasp at once. Besides, this book really calms my nerves just by listening to it, so yes, I would listen to it again.
And more thing, since worrying is a habit and habits are hard to break I think it is necessary to listen to it over and over again.
The practical knowledge that can be easily applied to any life situations.
He's voice is really calming and clear.
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