...and for some reason I don't feel able to read much further. Which is odd, because both "Getting Things Done" and "Making It All Work" are great books. This feels like the neglected middle book. Maybe it's something to do with its format - it is a collection of short essays and has the tone of 'improving' tomes of yesteryear. It all feels a bit samey, with each little section more or less repeating stuff from other sections with a slightly different spin. It has a few useful insights, but if you want more information on GTD in practice, "Making It All Work" is a much better book in my opinion.
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