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Books - If I only had time to read two...
Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity" by David Allen
This description is a little flip, but in essence it's a book on efficiency
and "doing things right." A complete system is described in its pages.
The emphasis is more on office and paperwork type of productivity and you
won't find Heloise's hints on how to clean out the home closet. I
had to absorb this book first and begin implementing this system before
I could find the "RAM (mind) space" to undertake the concepts in the next
Things First: To Live, to Love, to Learn, to Leave a Legacy" by Stephen
Covey, Roger Merrill and Rebecca Merrill
This is the book that gets you "doing the right things." In other
words, it helps you to figure out who you are (mission/roles/goals) before
you set about doing things. I found this Covey book to be better
than the others, there seems to be alot of overlap of material in them
all. But I like this one, it has the "mission workshop" in the appendix
and has a good discussion of Urgent vs Important and knowing the difference
between the Clock and the Compass.
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