--David Allen, bestselling author of the Getting Things Done
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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 3 months ago by Powerknitter
replacement copy for one that walked off my desk, good book.Published 4 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 8 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 9 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 14 months ago by Don Phin
I like Michael Bungay and if you're not familiar with him or have not read him, you probably should. I found this book a little light. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Tupring
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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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