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Get Er Done: The Green Beret Guide to Productivity Paperback – August 15, 2014
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"From organizing a multinational company to simply achieving personal goals, this book provides clear, specific tactics to "get er done," without making you feel like you're trapped in boot camp." Recommended by Terence P Ward, Allbooks Review. allbooksreviewint.com
About the Author
Michael Martel served in the U.S. Army for over 20 years, spending time as an infantryman, paratrooper and Green Beret. After moving into the corporate world, Michael found his military training and skills in getting things done were very relevant and useful.
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If you're a hard charger that just needs some guidance on how to focus that will, no problem, this book is for you. If you're the average person looking for some tips on how to get through your day getting things done, try Covey.
On another note, the book still appears to be in first draft editing. It is written like a conversation between himself and you. It reads as someone speaking to you directly. There are spelling errors, incomplete sentences and grammar mistakes but who gives a hoot because this guy gives you the straight and honest skinny on how be more awesome at everything. Kudos and props to Michael Martel.
But all the info you need is delivered directly to the point and with the no-nonsense approach of a green beret.
For any leader who seeks how to improve and for those who are sharp and just like to stay that way,
this is a good book to read and occasionally review to stay at the tip of the spear in the world.
Thanks for a job well done and representing the Special Forces way so well.
Mykel Hawke writes