Productivity Books Galore
Recently, I’ve been sent several very interesting productivity books and am slowly working my way through them. The titles I’ve received:
- Zen to Done by Leo Babauta
- The Power of Less by Leo Babauta
- Making It All Work by David Allen
- Never Eat Alone by Keith Ferrazzi
- 48 Days to the Work You Love by Dan Miller
- The Career Guide for Creative and Unconventional People by Carol Eikleberry
I’m currently just a handful of pages into Making It All Work and can already tell that this book enriches the lessons set out by Getting Things Done (also by David Allen). This new book is, happily, written much more for my personality type than Getting Things Done was, so I am enjoying (and absorbing) the information quite readily.
My current intention is to read allÂ of these books then determine how their lessons can be applied to my life, probably resulting in a cherry-picked solution custom-tailored for my specific needs. (And then, if evidence holds true, I will write a book about my process and become a thousand-aire off it.)
â€œCertainly if you find yourself reading productivity book after productivity book youâ€™re missing the point.â€
What productivity books have you read? How have they impacted your life? Do you do any of the methods suggested in those books? Let us all know in the comments.