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Gets better and better after each page
Reviewed in the United States on October 1, 2017
I deeply appreciate a book that can be "focused" about its subject matter, which is not often the case. Mostly you'll find authors stretching out their chapters with inane stories or useless asides to meet word counts from publishers. This book just does the job and gets you to the heart of the matter with focus and getting more done, david allen style.
I've heard of some things like the commonly talked about pomodoro technique, but most was new and I'll have to admit I hadn't read any of the studies within the book. Good read if you're new to the topic, and also if you're a veteran of the topic like me. Every bit helps with focus, after all.