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Wednesday
Jan182012

Books

I’ve now added Books as a tab in the main menu. Do have a look at it. You can buy my books Get Everything Done and Still Have Time to Play and Do It Tomorrow there, plus my recommendations for other books on the subject of “time management and personal organization”. I have interpreted that quite loosely, so you will find books like The E-Myth Revisited and What Color Is Your Parachute there. Basically most of them are the books that I have found most helpful in my life and work, plus a few highly recommended by colleagues and clients (or even written by them). There are also links provided by Amazon to similar books which are well worth exploring.

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E-Myth Revisited is the one book I feel like I should get a lot out of, but don't. Gerber's concept of developing business systems is often on my mind, but in 3 years I'm still struggling to grasp what exactly it means in practice. I wish he gave examples outside of consumer services (McDonald's, pie shop, hotel), and I wish he didn't write so metaphysically.
January 18, 2012 at 20:41 | Registered CommenterAlan Baljeu
Nice. I wanna have a copy of "Do It Tomorrow". Really nice books. Do you have a digital version of it?
January 19, 2012 at 3:41 | Unregistered CommenterJames Hardman
I love it: the new books section is both cleaner and more comprehensive than the old site.

I'm just implementing GTD at work as part of a company wide initiative. Wondering how the combination with AF that you refer to would work. I've always seen them as alternatives.
January 19, 2012 at 10:33 | Unregistered Commenterwill
Red the 1st chapter on the website and ordered the book! The analogy of the lizard is brilliant.
Like James I'd liked to buy the digital version, in order to have it now and...read it tomorrow! Thank you.
January 22, 2012 at 5:10 | Unregistered CommenterBepi

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