Yes, like most self help books of this type, he covers all the information about getting organized with lists. But then, he goes beyond. He covers topics that I have always been left wondering about. So this is my book of the "end of the" year. This is the one that is taking me into another dimension of myself and I am optimistic about these fascinating insights.
There's a harder set of distractions to master: the distractions you can't blame on anyone else. The distractions you create yourself.
"The rule is simple: When you want to do something, Focus. When you don't want to do something, Distract."
Distraction, used intentionally, can be an asset! You may want to distract from "Y" so you can focus on "X".
The world doesn't reward perfection. It rewards productivity!
Your mind can help you move forward or can get in the way. Choose the fantasy world that supports you.
Yup! A great book. I will refer to it again and again.