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"It's like the Navy Seals of creativity all got together and wrote a book about productivity. I’m giving my entire design team a copy." —Joe Gebbia, Co-Founder & Chief Product Officer, Airbnb
"Manage Your Day-to-Day is an essential guidebook for navigating information overload and all the other complications and distractions of 21st century life. The lessons contained within are vital in helping us to find the time and space to successfully accomplish daily goals, while creating a safe space for creativity to flourish." —Paula Scher, Partner at Pentagram Design
"I’m always looking for ways to boost my productivity and to stop doing the things that hold me back. That’s why I turned to Manage Your Day-to-Day…The book was worth the quick read." —Daniel Pink, author of Drive and To Sell Is Human
In this ongoing book series, 99U shares pragmatic, action-oriented insights that are designed to help you become a better manager of your ideas, your time, and your creative career. Dozens of thought-leaders and creatives have contributed to the series, including Seth Godin, Gretchen Rubin, Stefan Sagmeister, Tony Schwartz, Steven Pressfield, Scott Belsky, Leo Babauta, Tina Seelig, Jonathan Fields, Teresa Amabile, Frans Johansson, and many more.
The series is edited by Jocelyn K. Glei, Director and Editor-in-Chief of 99U. Jocelyn oversees the 99u.com website—which has won two Webby Awards for "Best Cultural Blog"—and leads the curation and execution of the popular 99U Conference. Prior to joining 99U, Jocelyn was the global managing editor at the online media company Flavorpill. She is passionate about creating content-driven products that people love.
Very good practical advice and ideas for any kind of work but especially for the creative minds. Well done and easy to read.Published 3 days ago by J Taylor
This book has given enlightenment to assess the use of our time. It is practical guidance that if you apply it every day, you will be able to become more productive. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Rulyna
Point: Be proactive, not reactive, in your daily schedule and you will begin to live intentionally.
Path: The book is divided up into four main sections and a... Read more
Today's extreme pressure exerted in terms of effectiveness requests and too short deadlines in the work environment, together with the explosion of online communication tools are... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Maryke Hanneman
Could not get through it. It seemed a lot like the 7 habits of highly effective people book.Published 8 days ago by Angie Clayton
Not sure what I expected but this short gem is a good resource to go for guidance when we feel lost in chaos. Not really original but something you might read over and over.Published 9 days ago by Mrs. Tisha L. Deen