--David Allen, bestselling author of the Getting Things Done
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This is a cute, little book that, unfortunately, doesn't provide many useful tips or strategies.Published 3 days ago by MLeland
Love this book! Read it with my team at work as our first book group title. Excellent choice. I love the mapping exercises and visual tools. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Powerknitter
replacement copy for one that walked off my desk, good book.Published 6 months ago by Ralph A. Linder Jr.
Gives great access to clear purposeful projects through an engaging, experiential approach. Pick a buddy to do it withPublished 10 months ago by David Pointon
I had high hopes when I purchased this book. I liked the idea of exercises that would help lead the reader (me!) to do more great work. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Paul
Mike would be quick to admit that there's a bit of old wine in new bottles here...but it's a great and inspiring read. Go do Great Work!Published 16 months ago by Don Phin
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|What tips and tricks do you use to stop the busywork?||
I do the big stuff first as much as possible every day. I have a list of my goals and have taught myself not to be afraid of doing the important work - because the important work is usually the hardest - more difficult to define, something we usually haven't done before, something that requires... Read More
Mar 16, 2010 by Jacqueline Jolie | See all 3 posts
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