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Great book and easy to understand! I realy like this book.Published 1 month ago by Jose Oscar Torres
The best thing (out of a whole book of good things) was the concept of changing through tiny changes. I'm getting ready to start my 6th tiny commitment challenge. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Lynne Hundley
An absolutely excellent read.
Short and to the point (as you would expect from someone espousing minimalism)
You will read this and think two things at the... Read more
Very good outline for slowing down but accomplishing more. Great motivation for anyone wanting to take back control of your life.Published 4 months ago by Jeff Tussey
on my 3rd listen, and I've gifted it to 3 people so far, this is something that will give you some clarity and efficiency in life.Published 4 months ago by DER ICEMAN
Nothing ground breaking, but a useful approach to life and its opportunities. I did feel at peace reading Leo's disposition.Published 5 months ago by Dustin Eimer
I immediately started employing some of the strategies outlined in this book and I feel less stressed, but more strategic and purposeful. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Lani
This book helps bring perspective to a hectic lifestyle. Simple tips to help eliminate items not necessary and how to tweak others. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amanda
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|Perhaps the Most Important Book for 2009||
I think the title makes a good point. We fall into the trap of believing that if we are busy we must be doing the right things; we must be successful. But how often are we up to our armpits in alligators and still feel lost, empty and wanting.
It comes down to quality over quantity in our... Read More
Dec 31, 2008 by S. Dudra | See all 2 posts