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by Don Aslett

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The author reveals the secrets behind his time-management philosophy, including how to switch from "to do" lists to "done" lists, how to jump-start each day and maintain momentum, and how to plan work that can be done in a realistic time frame.

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Don Aslett is an amazing man. He seems to have unlimited energy and enthusiasm. I suspect that he cleans and organizes for fun. ;)

This book has dozens, maybe even hundreds of ideas, tips, and suggestions for increasing your productivity. He shares advice from other readers, as well as observations from his own personal experiences. He obviously follows his own advice - he (and his wife) raised six children, published more than a dozen books, and runs several businesses.

If you need motivation to organize your house, be more productive at work, or stop procrastinating, you will find much motivation and inspiration here. If you are an overachiever who is already extremely productive, this book might stress you out a little bit. You'll start comparing yourself to Aslett and thinking of even MORE things to fit into your hectic schedule. :) But in spite of that, you are bound to find some ideas you haven't thought of before. I know I did.

Aslett's books make efficiency seem fun, and they are always enjoyable reads. Definitely recommended, and I know I will read more of his books in the future. ( )
  BookAngel_a | Mar 24, 2011 |
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