Don't try to do it all: Do more good. Better.
I am no productivity guru. I am a writer, a church leader, a husband, and a father with many responsibilities and with new tasks coming at me all the time. I wrote this short, fast-paced, practical guide to productivity to share what I have learned about getting things done in today's digital world. Whether you are a student or a professional, a work-from-home dad or a stay-at-home mom, it will help you learn to structure your life to do the most good to the glory of God.
In Do More Better, you will learn:
It really is possible to live a calm and orderly life, sure of your responsibilities and confident in your progress. You can do more better. And I would love to help you get there.
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Read twice in one day. set up my tools and system the next day. very practical and easy to follow plan for better organization. 5000 in my inbox now down to zero with a place for everything from now on.
So glad I got this book and listen to it. It is full of extremely helpful information. The narrator is excellent. Get it and apply it.
I just finished the audiobook, so while I haven't actually implemented these practices, I intend to go back through and do so. Challies doesn't particularly cover anything profound or groundbreaking that I haven't already read or learned, but where this book is unique is in how he literally walks you through every tip, practice, or procedure and gives Action Steps. It is extremely practical in the "How-To" part of getting things done. I'm excited.
this was a very helpful, practical book that outlines a way to become more productive. he also gives Christian principles that should guide your use of resources at the beginning of the book.
The content was full of practical tips and information to help improve personal productivity. It provides step by step walkthroughs of generating a solid outline for your day, the tools you use, and how to use them. I am already benefitting from this.
Four Hour Workweek (Ferriss) and What's Best Next (Perman)
The audio version is a bit of a challenge, because the book has several "Action Steps" where you will want to stop the audio, and go do the step. While it is only a couple hours long, it took a few hours more than that to get through, because of actually following the book's instruction. In other words, this isn't a book you'll want to listen to on your work commute or while jogging, but rather while you're at a computer following the "steps". If that is a problem for you, then I would highly recommend the print format instead.
I'll have to implement this system when I get some time, just kidding, I'll start right away.
Can't wait to do more better,
Glory to God,
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