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David expands on the basics that he laid out in his first book "Getting Things Done." So, if you enjoyed his first book and found his methods useful, you'll also get a lot out of "Ready for Anything." However, since this book build on the previous one. I would highly recommend listening to "Getting Things Done" first.
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This is a follow-up from David Allen's first book "Getting things done". I highly recommend both, but this book makes better sense if you read "Getting things done" first.
"Getting things done" tells all the techniques to get things done. "Ready for anything" is a collection of essays about how to make sure the system works better, and thoughts about how to organize yourself and how to think about this. This is one of the audiobooks I listen to the most, as the different thoughts David Allen has about things becomes useful for me as I learn to organize my life, my stuff and my thoughts.
My advice: Buy "Getting things done" first. Use it for a month or three, then buy this one. And re-listen to it every six months. Or when you need some advice or inspiration for your life.
20 of 20 people found this review helpful
David Allen is a productivity guru and this book moves on further with his philosophy of Getting Things Done. Each little essay is well written and they are very listenable. Putting his principles in to practice will help you gain a "mind like water" and generally unburden you from a lot of your everyday stress. Once you basically take on board the essence of GTD, you will find you have a better handle on a lot of the day to day struggle with work and with home.
If you have ever seen 43 things or 43 folders on the web, these websites all sprang from GTD and GTD is a worldwide phenomenon with a lot of avid followers. I have all three of his books and I was pleased to find this one on audio book, it suits the audio format well - i just wish that the original GTD and his third book Making It All Work were also available.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
I am a Getting Things Done evangelist, and use the system daily. Sadly, David doesn't seem to have any more insights into productivity tips as this book didn't give me anything new.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Its a good overview but nothing new on getting things done so probably no need if you've ready read that
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