Read What the Most Successful People Do Before Breakfast: And Two Other Short Guides to Achieving More at Work and at Home Online Free - Three powerful mini e-books about high productivity, now together in paperback
Laura Vanderkam has combined her three popular mini e-books into one comprehensive guide, with a new introduction. It will help readers build habits that lead to happier, more productive lives, despite the pressures of their busy schedules. Trough interviews and anecdotes, she reveals . . .
What the Most Successful People Do Before Breakfast—to jump-start the day productively.
What the Most Successful People Do On the Weekend—to recharge and prepare for a great week.
What the Most Successful People Do at Work—to accomplish more in less time.
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September 15, 2014
This is another book, in reference to Lean In, which reads more like an extended thesis than an actual self-help book, but that doesn't discredit the effort and intentional thinking that went into its creation. The first and third sections are interesting although nothing revolutionary; in fact,...
January 09, 2017
This was a great book to read as the new year kicked off and I always like Laura Vanderkam.
May 10, 2017
Một quyển nữa bình mới rượu cũ, đọc cái đề mục thôi cũng biết được chưong đó nói vấn đề gì.
Chủ yếu là tập trung nói về việc dậy sớm để tận dụng năng lượng tích cực, lên kế hoạch, theo dõi sát sao để biết được thời gian bị lãng phí ở đâu, giảm các đầu việc không cần thiết. 3/5 sao.
September 27, 2015
What the Most Successful People Do Before Breakfast was helpful but not as earth shattering as The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up (which if you haven't read yet, I very highly recommend). I've already discovered that if I tackle the projects that take the most amount of focus earlier in the da...
July 16, 2014
Quite useful... the 'breakfast' part concentrates on the benefits of being an early bird, which can mean more me-time: to strategise and focus on work, to spend more time with family and to take care of oneself (exercise, spiritual, creatively). The 'weekend' part concentrates on how to spend wee...
February 13, 2017
I had this book in an audiobook format and listened to it during my morning run. I felt extra motivated than I anticipated.
The book itself is short and to the point. I love self-help books that aren’t beating around the bush. I liked that Laura talked about that the first few days are the easy o...
February 16, 2014
I've been trying to rehaul me routine/schedule, but was having trouble doing so. It's not that I didn't know what to do, I didn't know how. Or what to do first. One of the biggest reasons the important tasks did not get done is that I accomplished the day-to-day chores or activi...
September 18, 2016
Some insightful stuff, however, Vanderkamp caters her suggestions to the upper middle class. Additionally, I listened to this as an audiobook. The author should NOT be the reader for her book!
February 27, 2017
I listened to the audio of this book because it was one hour and I need to fill time on an airplane. There were some good tips and fun stories but nothing life changing.
February 22, 2017
Very short but interesting nonetheless. Note that it is not the best researched book. In fact, it feels as if it was written to satisfy a writing commitment by the author. In any case, it still addresses something I feel is essential. There is nothing like starting the day with a clear mind of wh...