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Once again amazone made me feel regret for opting to buy a book from it by delivering a second hand book! The book was without its oroginal packing and found somebody scribbled on some of the pages! This time I didn't returned the book since packing & sending through courier at my own cost was not a good experience like last time. It clearly shows that amazone did not ensure the quality of products sell on its platform. Coming to the book, similar to all HBR guides it is rich in content and an eye opener for any working professional. It covers almost all areas of improvement which I needed. A worth buy from amazone if you are for used books.
Made up of short articles and blog posts. With the simple guidance of take what ideas from the book that work for you. Less a Bible and more a taster menu. Really useful. easy to read. I particularly apply and advocate the power nap advice. It works.
New guide from HBR doesn’t sell you on a new technique, but instead opens with a chapter titled “You can’t get it all done”. The book presents a reader with two main ideas that seem rather obvious. First idea suggests that to get more time for our tasks, we must stop doing things we’re not supposed to. Second idea is that we need to form "rituals" to finish the tasks and that unswerving commitment to daily “rituals” forms the foundation of most successful people.