Okay let's face it. Self-help books need catchy titles. "Do Less, Achieve More" is no exception. (If you think about the logical progression of this title, it would be "Do Nothing, Achieve Everything.") (And now that I think about it, that would be the sort of book I'd be interested in.) But this is a good book.
And one of the reason's it's good is because the author speaks her mind. Often in a desultory fashion, but there is more than enough good here to offset the bad. I'm not sure what the ove...more
The first few chapters offer good advice without wasting words in long explanations. Chu explores theme ...more
Some tips I liked:
* When looking at your to-do list, select the item that energizes you the most and do that first.
* If you leave your desk in the middle of a task, keep saying out ...more
Whenever I feel like I am beating my head against a brick wall this is the book I pull out. It helps put everything in perspective.
It is very easy to understand but it seems covering too many information. After finished the whole book, I can really recall what I have learnt from it.
However, it still a good book to keep and read for life.