Get-It-Done Guy's 9 Steps to Work Less and Do More
Want to conquer your e-mail inbox once and for all? Need help getting organized and staying focused? Start reading! Millions of people already benefit from the innovative, time-saving tips that Stever Robbins dispenses each week in his #1 ranked Get-It-Done Guy podcast. Now he's come up with a 9-step plan to transform even the most overwhelmed into an overachiever. You...more
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I tend toward organization myself, and I have a few systems working for me, but Stever's advice to put together a "Life Map" resonated. The book is worth its purchase price for this gem alone but it ...more
I LOVE repetitive data! ...no...no I don't.
You see I'm working on a Werewolf army, and have been asking for help along the way. One source of help has been a voice in my head. A voice that has talked to me about once a week for over a year (Let's call him Mr. Robbins the Podcaster).
While the first chapter of this book was FRESH and NEW and joyful as a spring day with Hobbits, the other chapters were largely repetitions of data I'd learned from the podcast....er...voice.
I HIGHLY recommend this ...more
There really are only so many basic ideas in a time management or personal efficiency book. We even know what they are. Our grandmothers told us. What we don't do is connect the ideas to what we do day-to-day.
Therefore, Stever's 9 steps: Live on purpose; stop procrastinating; conquer technology; beat distractions to cultivate focus; stay ...more
Stever brings an over-the-top personality, which at least gives you a few surprises. He speaks intelligently, though some of his advice is dated even after a few years.
This book is more of a catch-all than advocating for one particular system. If the first page of a chapter doesn't interest you, you can safely move on to the next ...more
This book shows you the 'how'. The 'what' will be different by individual and the 'why' is probably the reason why most people would be inclined to read a book like this in the first place.
So assuming you already have a strong desire to get your life organized you can actually sit down and study this book ( I really wish I had the hard copy and ...more
9 Steps to Work Less and Do MoreI think this book’s author would appreciate the tone of my response. Stever Robbins, host of the very popular Get-it-Done Guy podcast, is the author.
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I've been an avid listener of the Get It Done Guy podcast since I was in high school and I've been excited to read Stever's book since I heard of it. Now that I've had the chance, I am glad that I spent my time reading this book. He really breaks down the steps to being efficient at work into bite-sized chunks. It has steps and strategies that I have begun to implement in my own work life with excellent results.