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Cut Through All Time Barriers and Control Your Most Valuable Commodity We live in a fast paced world, and without cutting edge time management tactics, you can get lost fast. Discover how to use breakthrough methods that will lower your blood pressure and increase your performance and productivity. Inside, management consultant, Jonathan Briggs will take you by the hand an Cut Through All Time Barriers and Control Your Most Valuable Commodity We live in a fast paced world, and without cutting edge time management tactics, you can get lost fast. Discover how to use breakthrough methods that will lower your blood pressure and increase your performance and productivity. Inside, management consultant, Jonathan Briggs will take you by the hand and show you how to... - Plan, take action, and complete projects quickly and easily - Use proactive goal setting to control your time effectively - Stay focused even when you feel overwhelmed - Leave the clutter behind and get more done faster Order you copy today and control your time.


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Cut Through All Time Barriers and Control Your Most Valuable Commodity We live in a fast paced world, and without cutting edge time management tactics, you can get lost fast. Discover how to use breakthrough methods that will lower your blood pressure and increase your performance and productivity. Inside, management consultant, Jonathan Briggs will take you by the hand an Cut Through All Time Barriers and Control Your Most Valuable Commodity We live in a fast paced world, and without cutting edge time management tactics, you can get lost fast. Discover how to use breakthrough methods that will lower your blood pressure and increase your performance and productivity. Inside, management consultant, Jonathan Briggs will take you by the hand and show you how to... - Plan, take action, and complete projects quickly and easily - Use proactive goal setting to control your time effectively - Stay focused even when you feel overwhelmed - Leave the clutter behind and get more done faster Order you copy today and control your time.

34 review for Getting Things Done: Simple Guide To Become More Productive, Stress-Free, Get More Done in Less Time, and Be Highly Effective Today

  1. 5 out of 5

    Ietrio

    I haven't paid attention to the author's name and got this one. This one is about being wise: you do the praying and god will do your job. I haven't paid attention to the author's name and got this one. This one is about being wise: you do the praying and god will do your job.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Rose Moore

    If I could give this less than a star, I would. Jonathan Briggs is in desperate need of an editor, a proofreader, and potentially a translator, as much of this 'book' reads as though written by someone who doesn't actually speak English. As a journalist, I spent most of the fifteen minutes it took to read this wincing at typos and poor word choices, including many that made the sentences unintelligible. Idioms include added and inverted words, which is what made me wonder if Briggs was not writi If I could give this less than a star, I would. Jonathan Briggs is in desperate need of an editor, a proofreader, and potentially a translator, as much of this 'book' reads as though written by someone who doesn't actually speak English. As a journalist, I spent most of the fifteen minutes it took to read this wincing at typos and poor word choices, including many that made the sentences unintelligible. Idioms include added and inverted words, which is what made me wonder if Briggs was not writing in his native language. Beyond the basic errors, the language used in the book is deliberately inaccessible. For fans of 'Friends', it is reminiscent of the episode where Joey discovers the thesaurus, and uses it to try and make himself sound smarter. The result is a book packed with unnecessarily complex sentences that actually make it more difficult to get the point across to the reader. Beyond the terrible writing, there are a couple of decent concepts buried in here. Keeping a time journal. Being aware of things that get in the way of productivity. Unfortunately, these concepts are not explained properly, so the reader who is not already aware of them would have to research them elsewhere in order to actually apply them to life. This is badly organized, badly written, and feels half-finished. It reads like a first draft. A badly planned first draft, at that. The only positive thing I can think of to say about it is that it only took fifteen minutes to read, so I could get on to Neil Gaiman's American Gods for the second half of my workout.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Alex Reborn

    This short eBook presents a truly simplistic approach to time management. I currently find myself having a bit of a challenge with accomplishing all the tasks that I've set for myself. I did procrastinate by reading this book, but I used the excuse that it's necessary for improving my scheduling skills. I have to report it was not very useful, because the information is somehow incomprehensible at times and the writing style is kind of confusing. I had to re-read the sentences to understand what This short eBook presents a truly simplistic approach to time management. I currently find myself having a bit of a challenge with accomplishing all the tasks that I've set for myself. I did procrastinate by reading this book, but I used the excuse that it's necessary for improving my scheduling skills. I have to report it was not very useful, because the information is somehow incomprehensible at times and the writing style is kind of confusing. I had to re-read the sentences to understand what the author is trying to say. Moreover, the advice given here is not as helpful as I wanted and I am actually inspired to write my own guide for this subject. My experience and ideas are already a lot more than what I found in this book. There was something that I did like and I think it's important. Great productivity doesn't mean much if we don't value our free time. It's awesome to accomplish all tasks and to meet all the deadlines, but rewarding ourselves with quality time spent in a pleasing way should be the prize for such hard work. Therefore, keep the work separate from the leisure time. Oh, the book finishes on a religious note and with the idea that we should be more productive and better at managing out time for the benefit of others. "[...]we certainly have some duties to the people we are closely associated with us." and "[...]time management can make it easier for us to pay the debt to our family or offices or our own life in general." I am not necessarily opposed to these ideas, but it's certainly not the way I would put it into words. I think the way we spend our time should be as wisely as possible from multiple points of view and fulfilling in all aspects. We owe it to ourselves to spend our lives at the fullest and that could mean anything for anyone. If I think about it, what we do with our time is closely related to knowing ourselves for who we really are and what we desire most. I find it pointless to be productive and to spend precious time on things that don't add any value to my life. However, from theory to practice is a long way to go and this book didn't inspire me to get on with my work.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Peter Ezzat Aziz

    "Every moment of our life on earth is the gift that our Creator has give us to sustain." Again, "Time can be considered as the ticket to the greatest show on earth." "Every moment of our life on earth is the gift that our Creator has give us to sustain." Again, "Time can be considered as the ticket to the greatest show on earth."

  5. 4 out of 5

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