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The best way I could describe this book is an rudimentary guide for simpletons to systematically improve basic activities.
The book is stale and repetitive. Read more
A book that has brought the whole GTD system to the proper perspective! The GTD system has made me more productive than I would have ever thought or imagined!Published 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
You would not be able to appreciate this book before you have been implementing GTD methodology for more than two years.Published 7 months ago by Zhuo Chen
Not very fun to read and nothing really new after having read Getting thing Done, and that was one of my favorite books. This one just did not do it for me.Published 10 months ago by J. shea
This book really ads on to the concepts of the GTD Method. I ordered this book, getting things done, and making it work all at the same time, and I found that each one was unique... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Brian Johnson
The original Getting Things Done is a great book with almost universal appeal. Making It All Work covers similar ground with an extra level of thinking about the relationship... Read morePublished 12 months ago by David Kellogg