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Getting Things Done: How to Overcome Procrastination, Increase Self-Control, Boost Productivity, and Effectively Change Bad Habits (Personal Transformation series Book 4) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
But not everyone is stuck. Some people get exactly what they want and keep achieving more. So what sets those few apart? Are they just lucky, or are they doing something the rest of us aren't?
This book talks about that difference. But you have to read with an open mind. It's not easy to have ideas you've held for a long time be challenged, but obviously those ideas aren't working, or you'd already be where you wanted to be. Right?
So this book explains the following idea: "figure out what's keeping you from being happy and then remove that problem." Sounds easy, but are you really ready to do that? If you are, then buy this book.
Our thought processes hold us back, and this book will, if you allow it, help you to change those processes. I think it's something that could benefit all of us. In fact, I plan on going back to reread this book a few times as I work on my own negative ideas about the world.
I'm a self-awareness junkie and have been a fan of tools like The Sedona Method and similar tools since 2004. This book ties right into the principles I value - self-awareness, taking a look at what's REALLY underneath our desire to do things "better" and stop the procrastination.
Dennis explains some of the underlying principles in a logical fashion and does a great job doing so. Yet, he reiterates that words cannot really talk about that which he attempts to explain.
All in all, a great, enjoyable read. If you're already into self-awareness and finding out "who you really are", this will add value to your toolbox. If you have no idea what I'm talking about - read this book, it will give you a totally different perspective and may just change the way you look at your life.
No Problem - The Upside of Saying No
I believe this book gave me some new insights, something to note is that the author is a graduate from syracuse university, NY. Although it is sometimes pretty dry to read, i force myself to give it a read through, and end up getting more than i can bargain for. I enjoyed the chapter on personal power training. That is something very new despite reading tons of self-help books.
I was reading another book last week, How to Supercharge Your Willpower 10X Longer than Everyone else - Even if you have a history of Procrastination, Perfectionism and Self-Doubt (The Start-up Entrepreneur Edition) This book on the other hand gave a pretty compelling explanation on why most self-help is mostly Shelf-help. If you're an aspiring entrepreneur, it explains the Fatal Flaws That Stop Entrepreneurs Dead In Their Tracks - And How To Work Around Them Without Changing ourselves. It gave me an epiphany that I should outthink my flaws" instead of struggling to eliminate them...pretty compelling for me... Hope this helps all of you who are struggling to achieve your goals and dreams!
understanding the why, and getting suggestions on how to solve the issues with a simple and at the same time appealing approach.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very useful book. Not only great practical advice on how to deal with poor habits of body and mind, but also a lot of deep philosophical wisdom from the East that explains the... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Contento
As you read this book take some time to process the information. It's a challenge to distinguish between "NOW" and the illusion of tomorrow so take some time to think about your... Read morePublished 12 months ago by NJ
Dennis is good. Sometimes, we are just too hard on ourselves that we think we delay everything. We should just live the moment and enjoy what needs to be done. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Connie Zabala
I found this 123 page book an easy guide to making my life more productive. It give an approach to completing tasks by way of how your brain thinks and uses that to teach you how... Read morePublished on June 16, 2014 by Paul D. Goldner
When you say something is “interesting” you are really not saying anything. The word doesn’t really mean much and is used to describe a thing or a person when you wish not to be... Read morePublished on January 9, 2014 by Antique Girl
This isn't a very incredibly special read but it is still something. Not sure if I would recommend anybody paying for it but it was free so who can complain?Published on October 30, 2013 by Brian C. Nagle
It has exposed more than a few of my deeply submerged, deviously self sabotaging procrastination habits to my attention. Now I have to face the music!Published on September 4, 2013 by jt roberts
Getting Things Done provides the best advice for long term happiness by going to the root of the problem. Read morePublished on August 25, 2013 by Dave