Making It All Work: Winning at the game of work and the business of life Paperback – 30 Dec 2008
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I found a great deal of value in [David Allen's] book. He has put enormous time and thought into understanding what makes us productive and what generates stress. So much of his approach rang true to my personal experience. (MANAGEMENT TODAY)
Making It All Work, builds upon the ideas outlined in his original book, Getting Things Done, and demonstrates the success of his GTD model. It is a "manual for getting anything and everything on track - from a bloated email inbox to a significant profes (CITY MAGAZINE)
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But reading this was better than re-reading GTD again, mainly because the newness of the words meant that I had to pay attention rather than skim. At the same time, reading it felt like coming home - I cringe to write this, but it's true. I don't enthuse over other self-help books, but David Allen is just great.
As promised in the blurb I did find new strategies I have been able to use to improve the way I work and to apply the principles of Getting Things Done.
If the GTD system is new to you this is also a reasonable introduction to the principles before showing how they can be applied.
If you have already read Getting Things Done, there might be some good additional info, but I am not sure if it justifies the extra cost in both money and time.
In some ways this book is an update to getting things done as much as it is a follow-up.
You can pick up everything in the book without any prior knowledge of the GTD methods and practices.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The book is okay.
I bought it because I already had David Allen's book Getting Things Done, and the reviews for Making It All Work were good. Read more
I first read Getting Things Done in 2002 and it literally saved my life. Everything was coming at me fast back then and in many ways, it hasn't stopped. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jonathan Green
But I do wish I had bought a Hardback or Paperback version.
Getting things done will be tracked down eventually.
good expansion of topic and adds an extra dimension to GTD modelPublished 12 months ago by Mr. Matthias Dahm
Feels more like evangelism than non-fiction at times, but some good tips nonetheless. I'd find it fairly hard to recommend this to someone who hadn't read and really connected with... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Mr. Thomas H. Capper
Like Ready For Anything, this brought me to deeper and deeper levels of awareness.
One quote stands out for me: "Until there's a better system, the mind can't let... Read more