Get Everything Done: And Still Have Time to Play (Help Yourself)
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Tips and tricks to get your life in order. Esspecially useful for people who work from home.
Journal Entry 2
at on Wednesday, April 14, 2004
Released on Wednesday, April 14, 2004
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Deze gaat naar Chanou, veel succes ermee!
Leuk! Na een drukke dag vond ik dit boekje vanavond in mijn brievenbus. Ik ben benieuwd wat voor goeie tips ik eruit ga halen... Binnenkort heb ik misschien wel tijd *over*??? ;-)
Update: It takes a while to finish this book because after reading a part I have to do the excersises... But I like it.
Requested by Rubyblue, Jesi, muizz and Erni...
I'm a little ashamed that I've kept this book for so long. It wasn't that it was lounging on Mount TBR but because I was enjoying it so much ;-) So today I (finally) decided to buy a copy for myself so I can set this one free again. It is a free book after all!
And yes, I have succesfully implemented some of the tips in my life and work. But don't you think I'm ready yet ;-)
Journal Entry 5
on Saturday, March 19, 2005
Thanks, gnoe. This book came just at the right time . . . I've just taken on my first paid translating job and now find myself wondering when I'm going to have time to do it. However, I can see already, it's one thing to read the book and quite another to implement the strategies in it. The author distinguishes between managing one's time and managing one's attention; a subject that comes up quite often between me and my 17-year-old daughter, who will do, say or think of just about anything to avoid studying. Now, if I can just get her to read this book . . .