I picked up this book after I read Charles Duhigg's, "The Power of Habit". This book is packed with good insights and observations on productivity and the appendix ties it all together with a practical example in classic Duhigg style. The only gripe I have is that there are too many concepts packed into a small book. There's enough content in here to write 4-5 separate books, each exploring a unique facet of productivity. Perhaps that's why when you read it all at once it all seems a bit disjointed. Regardless, one can still reap many benefits by focusing on one chapter at a time and supplementing it with a real life action plan to find out which techniques work the best.
This book is so simple to read and understand. It was nicely split into 8 steps and all the examples were described as some real stories which is easy to connect with our own lives,. Tbis is one of the best books I ever read on objective ways to utilise psychology in improving speed and productivity
Feels like watching a movie when you start a chapter. Introduces concepts very slowly by unravelling events from which insight has been taken for the book. All real life events. Can't put down the book before a chapter is done. And what refreshing and provocative concepts behind each chapter!! Highly recommended