Ready For Anything, Paperback book

Ready For Anything: 52 Productivity Principles For Work And Life[Paperback]

by David Allen

3.00 out of 5 (6 ratings)

Format:
Paperback 
Pages:
192 
Publisher:
Little, Brown Book Group 
Publication Date:
03 February 2011 
Category:
Advice On Careers & Achieving Success 
ISBN:
9780749941024 

Description

David Allen, 'the guru of personal productivity' (Fast Company Magazine) and author of the business bestseller GETTING THINGS DONE, inspires us to work better, not harder, in his new book, READY FOR ANYTHING. Offering over 50 productivity principles to help you clear your head and focus, READY FOR ANYTHING enables you to identify what drives you, what holds you back and how to be ready for anything. With motivational insights and inspirational quotes, READY FOR ANYTHING shows readers how to make things happen with less effort, stress and inefficiency, and lots more energy, creativity and clarity. This is the perfect inspirational and motivational book for anyone wanting to work and live at their very best.

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  • If read through and set aside this book really has little value, but if you read through it once and then used as a reference for that you go to daily for the next few months until the GTD system becomes habit then this book is worth every penny. 

    4.00 out of 5

    capiam1234

  • If read through and set aside this book really has little value, but if you read through it once and then used as a reference for that you go to daily for the next few months until the GTD system becomes habit then this book is worth every penny.

    4.00 out of 5

    smcamp1234

  • I am stuck between a 3 and 4 star rating. The content is good, but you have to go through a lot to mine those good nuggets. Since I enjoyed Getting Things Done so much, I was expecting something more.

    3.00 out of 5

    ChuckS65

  • While I really enjoyed this follow-up, there were less take-aways to be found than expected. Great for re-vitalizing my excitement about using the GTD system, only okay for real and concrete instructions. I may find it better after I have the full GTD system in place but for now, Getting Things Done and Making It All Work are the essential titles in the series.

    3.00 out of 5

    KillerRoo

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