on 18 October 2010
If you want a book that will explain every step you need to take in great detail then this isn't for you.
If you want a simple dose of inspiration and motivation (and have a short attention span) then this could be just what you need.
If you are a serial procrastinator like me and just need a regular shove in the right direction then you need this book to hand.
I love it. The simplicity of it is genius as are the illustrations.
If I could strap it to my forehead I would, but it will just have to settle for my pocket.
Da iawn / well done.
on 15 October 2010
I already read many of the books and tried most of the apps David recommends in the back of this book, so already have an interest in this area.
However, What makes this book a real breath of fresh air is it's format; reminiscent of the late-great Paul Arden, succinct, direct, and full of wisdom. I personally struggle to get things done, can get distracted, and am always looking for tips on getting things done, and find procrastination is always close at hand in this internet-centric era. This book has great tips and a strong message, whilst keeping it simple and brief.
Very accessible, and very good indeed.
on 24 December 2014
It is a really nice, tiny book (really small) that may motive you in actually doing things. Each page contains a nice, hand-drawn sketch and a tag line (see the cover of the book) which act as a set of generic guidelines for making you achieve something you have in mind. Keep in mind the tiny size (I was surprised to see how small it was) but at the same time it is really portable and easy to read e.g. during commuting.
I would personally prefer some more text and less or smaller sketches, but this is my personal opinion