I get a lot of stuff done, as you have probably noticed. A while ago, a kind soul took a few of my blog posts on time management and my approach to getting stuff done and put them together into a pdf. I was touched, and enjoyed the idea of it, but didn't do anything much about it until last week when I took those articles, and a few more, and formatted them together into a nice little ebook mostly because, as a productive person with good systems in place, I had time on my hands.
You can find the book on my Gumroad shop here and on Amazon here.
It's called Guy on Time.
As the blurb says:
“This short book brings together half a dozen of Guy's articles on productivity, time management, and generally getting shit done. It is short (about 12,000 words) because if you are pressed for time, do you really want a great big doorstop of a book to get through before getting on with your life?
NOTE: you can read all of these articles for free on his blog. But do you have the time to sift through all of the sword-fighting and other stuff on there to find these?”
I hope you find this useful! Though as you're right here on the blog, you could probably go looking for the articles yourself.
Of course, I could provide a list of links to them, but that would take me time, and save you a pitiful £1.99, so I'm not going to. See how it works? One of the most important things when it comes to time management is to value your own time.
If you are time rich and cash poor, go looking. If you are cash rich and time poor, buy the book. It works either way.
Are there any other topics you'd like my thoughts on? Guy on XYZ? Let me know in the comments…
I’m not going to waste valuable time arguing with your faultless logic. You get my £1.99 🙂
Sensible chap 🙂
And I like the retro Russian clockface.