The Front Nine: How to Start the Year You Want Anytime You Want
If you've spent any time on the Productivityist website, some of this material will be familiar, but this is not a book about productivity. The Front Nine presents a structured approach to moving forward in changing a habit, reaching a goal, or completing a project. It was released to coincide with New Year's resolutions season but as the subtitle says, ...more
I'd recommend this book to anyone who's like me: a starter, not a finisher. I can imagine myself reading (parts of) it again when preparing ...more
The Front Nine takes the metaphor of a game of golf and uses it to illustrate approaching and launching projects (or starting a year) in your business. He uses this metaphor to show you how you don't just have to start a 'new year' on January 1st like everyone else, you can start a new year or new project any time you want.
Mike Vardy (of Productivityist) splits up a project or a year's progress in to 3 stages mapped to a game of golf.
The Drive is where you start/>Mike ...more
Metafore ed esempi personali scritti da un guru del web che non mi hanno poi interessato più di un tot, nè mi hanno spinto verso una nuova vita o qualsiasi fosse la ragione per cui sono state scritte. Questo è il tipico libro di auto-aiuto che può funzionare per qu ...more
Es un libro breve, ágil e interesante. No es un clásico que cambie tu forma de ver las cosas, pero sacarás algunas ideas interesantes y útiles.
While I'm not a golf fan, the use of golf in this book works perfectly. Plus, if you try something from the book and it doesn't work for you, simply call a mulligan and move foward.
Recommended for anyone looking for a kick in the butt and some bumper guards along the way to fulfilling your dreams and goals.