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Manage Your Day-to-Day Build Your Routine, Find Your Focus, and Sharpen Your Creative Mind (99U):Iracematravel

99U Published in October 23, 2018, 6:23 pm
 Manage Your Day-to-Day Build Your Routine, Find Your Focus, and Sharpen Your Creative Mind (99U):Iracematravel

Manage Your Day-to-Day Build Your Routine, Find Your Focus, and Sharpen Your Creative Mind (99U):Iracematravel


Nan Reply to on 12 February 2015
Although I am no longer of working age ,I found lots of good advice in this book to help in just managing and organising each day. It is probably invaluable guidance for young or middle age people pursuing a career or running businesses. Brilliant also for individuals working from home. It was interesting reading different articles by various sometimes very well known authors. Yes,I would recommend it as a good source of encouragement on exactly what it says in the title. I can only apply some of it to help me managing our pretty small house and my rather mundane daily existence!
Joan Muni
Joan Muni Reply to on 30 June 2015
I bought this book with the expectation to find a structured way to manage my day-to-day but I found something else. What this book is about is a compound of random advice to manage your daily life which can be used together but are not part of a whole.

If you expect a solid way to manage your time, you probably want to take another book.
Tim Maher
Tim Maher Reply to on 28 March 2018
Probably worth a read if you have nothing better to do. There is too much space taken up with the index.
Ivanethe R.
Ivanethe R. Reply to on 7 November 2016
Love the book, from its design to its content. It is great book for changing some habits, and not only for creatives but also anyone in business, etc.
Rare Fish
Rare Fish Reply to on 12 August 2018
Great thanks
Sunny Shirl
Sunny Shirl Reply to on 4 March 2014
This is super. Well balanced and should be read by everyone who knows they are becoming techno-slaves and those who don't know and have already become dehumanized. Thank you to the various contributors of this book. It opens one's eyes to the dangers to health and well-being.
battleeditor Reply to on 30 May 2013
4 1/2 stars really: a bit thin; but at Kindle price, good value and provides the pep talk we all need occasionally. Wise words to keep us on track and remind us that being creative ain't easy – nor is it supposed to be.
Пользователь Amazon
Пользователь Amazon Reply to on 11 April 2014
read it a month ago - don't remember anything useful from it. Repeating advices that you've already heard. But if you need an inspirational push, not new insights, this can work for you.
Charles Reply to on 4 December 2014
Simply fantastic book. Some of the content I could skip through but there were a few absolute gems that has made a difference to my productivity levels. The part that sticks in my mind most was Gretchen Rubin's chapter on the power of frequent action, which alone was worth more than the cover price. It's must reading for people working on their own projects, whether that be setting up a business or writing a novel, and useful for everybody else.
MacavityTheCat Reply to on 6 June 2013
I really enjoyed this book. It's full of great 'real life' advice from some very wise people. If you are a bit of a self-improvement junkie like me then you'll love it. My only criticism is that it's a bit shot, so it would be wonderful if they did a follow up.
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