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How to Get Unstuck introduces listeners to the ten core principles at the heart of becoming an effective person whose life genuinely flourishes and impacts others positively.

Bad news first: we all get stuck. It's a fact of life. But the good news is that it is possible to get unstuck and overcome the obstacles to doing great work and getting the right things done. The question becomes: How do you get "unstuck" in your productivity in both work and life—and how to do it in a spiritually healthy way?

Matt Perman—author of What's Best Next and director of career development at The King's College, NYC—has spent his career helping people learn how to do work in a gospel-centered and effective way, combining theological substance with practical self-management. In How to Get Unstuck, he will walk you step-by-step through the core principles that free you to be more effective in everything you do by helping you:

  • Understand how you get stuck and what your obstacles are.
  • Prepare to get unstuck by grappling with who you are and how you see yourself.
  • Develop a practice of personal management.
  • Overcome obstacles and adapt to unforeseen problems.

Drawing on the wisdom of the Bible and on the best of today's research, How to Get Unstuck shows believers and non-believers alike how to live productive, integrated lives and develops a poignant portrayal of true effectiveness.

Charts, graphs, and application points available in the audiobook companion PDF download.

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.

©2017 Matthew Aaron Perman (P)2017 Zondervan

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Leading industry performance thoughts on leadership and productivity with a solid value-based foundation

Content is what makes this a must have.

I am new to audible and I often worried if I needed a boom to physically reference. Not required for this excellent read/listening.

This is a must for any leader, PMP, CEO, father/mother, grandparent, volunteer who wants to make a difference.

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This is a great book. So insightful and helpful with practical suggestions of how to improve your leadership

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"Unstuck. Unstuck. Unstuck. Unstuck."

I have listened to hundreds of audiobooks over the last five years. Credibility. Boom.

I was excited after discovering this title because I had found a good, solid, wholesome, scientific, and Biblical "how to" guide on getting yourself up, moving, and generating productivity. However, as I was listening, I quickly became annoyed merely by the number of times the word "unstuck" was used in this book. It's ABSURD! It seemed like not a single synonym was used in its place. And soon enough, it became so prevalent, that all I could hear was the word "unstuck." The word "unstuck" is spoken approximately ten times every minute and a half! Truly, within the first hour of the book I had heard the word "unstuck" approximately 400 times! That, my friends, is a lot. After an hour an a half, I finally said out loud to myself, "If this guy says "unstuck" ten more times within the next 30 seconds, I'm returning this book." And lo and behold, the audio book was returned. I was unwilling to listen to that word 2800 (I didn't actually count, but I am tempted...).

Besides this unignorable oversight, the purpose of this book was clear, and the narration performance was "Pretty good", which is three out of five stars. AKA not the best. His voice was annoying to me and he sounded quite insincere.

I could potentially unwrap a few additional issues I discovered, and although I'm almost certain several more issues would have arisen, I, having only listened to the first hour and a half, don't consider myself qualified to judge this title any further.