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I was glad to have read this book. I was able to get some new ideas of how to approach things. The best of those ideas fitting the title-Never check email in the morning. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sweetestjoy
Julie does a great job of reminding us of things we already know to do, but are not doing. I have probably increased my daily productivity by 10% or more by applying some of her... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Cynergy
I haven't read the whole thing yet, but plan on doing so. I have a box full of books that I intent to read and this is definitely one of them.Published 14 months ago by Ashley Rene Clark
I can see how the content would find an audience in a presentation or consultancy environment, but the format in written form lacks direction. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Regis O Verliefde
Not a lot of non-obvious insight. A few good bits here and there, but I got bored with it after a few chapters. Didn't notice any groundbreaking insight.Published 21 months ago by Jeff Ermann
Have not finished but am enjoying the information. Julie does a very good job sharing her organization skills. All her books are great.Published on January 7, 2013 by P. Brownlee
This isn't a book that you sit down and read in one sitting. Take your time and digest it.
I found the book to be invaluable in providing ways to improve. Read more
I liked the book, but I confess: I still check my e-mail in the morning. And then again later in the morning... and in the afternoon. So I'm not "cured. Read morePublished on February 8, 2011 by Andrea C. Mueller