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Ready for Anything [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

David Allen
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3. Februar 2011
David Allen, 'the guru of personal productivity' (Fast Company Magazine) and author of the business bestseller GETTING THINGS DONE, inspires us to work better, not harder, in his new book, READY FOR ANYTHING. Offering over 50 productivity principles to help you clear your head and focus, READY FOR ANYTHING enables you to identify what drives you, what holds you back and how to be ready for anything. With motivational insights and inspirational quotes, READY FOR ANYTHING shows readers how to make things happen with less effort, stress and inefficiency, and lots more energy, creativity and clarity. This is the perfect inspirational and motivational book for anyone wanting to work and live at their very best.

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  • Taschenbuch: 192 Seiten
  • Verlag: Piatkus Books (3. Februar 2011)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0749941022
  • ISBN-13: 978-0749941024
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 12,6 x 19,7 cm
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  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 72.949 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)
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This fundamentally different look at productivity makes David's book not just a good read, but something to truly live by Keith Tamashita, author of UNSTUCK: A Tool for Yourself, Your Team and Your World Noone makes the challenges of productivity more understandale and manageable Rob Johnston, President of Leader to Leader Institute These powerful and practical pointers for living a more productive life are as subtle and rich as they are simple Arianna Huffington David Allen's productivity principles are rooted in big ideas ... But they're also eminently practical Keith H. Hammonds, Fast Company

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'David Allen's strategies for getting on top of your workload are invaluable. Read this book!' Praise for Getting Things Done by Ken Blanchard, co-author The One Minute Manager and Whale Done! David Allen, 'the guru of personal productivity' Fast Company Magazine) and author of the business bestseller Getting Things Done, inspires us to work better, not harder, in his new book, Ready for Anything. Offering over 50 productivity principles to help you clear your head and focus, Ready for Anything enables you to identify what drives you, what holds you back and how to be ready for anything. With motivational insights and inspirational quotes, Ready for Anything shows readers how to make things happen with less effort, stress and inefficiency, and lots more energy, creativity and clarity. This is the perfect inspirational and motivational book for anyone wanting to work and live at their very best. -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine vergriffene oder nicht verfügbare Ausgabe dieses Titels.

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1.0 von 5 Sternen Erwartung leider nicht erfüllt. 26. Oktober 2003
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Ich bin von dem Buch "Getting Things Done" von David Allen begeistert. Es gibt hervorragende Ratschläge zur Organisation seiner täglichen Arbeit.
Somit waren meine Erwartungen an das neue Buch von David Allen sehr hoch. Leider besteht es aus einer Sammlung von mehr oder weniger sinnvollen Überlegungen, die letztlich alle auf den Grundsätzen von "Getting Things Done" bestehen. Meine Empfehlung: Lieber "Getting Things Done" zweimal als "Ready for Anything" einmal lesen.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Productivity and Self Discovery 14. August 2008
Von kh82399ny
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David Allen's "Ready for Everything: 52 Productivity Principles for Work & Life" is excellent! As the companion book following his widely popular "Getting Things Done", it is a great addition to enhance personal productivity. I found myself revisiting the book time and again to get back on track whenever I felt overwhelmed. It inspired me to look with clarity and I discovered that it is entirely possible to make things happen with less stress and more effectiveness.

Another great resource I found that has helped me tremendously are books and podcasts by Ariel and Shya Kane. If you like David's approach, you might enjoy the Kanes' Being Here: Modern Day Tales of Enlightenment, and Working on Yourself Doesn't Work: A Book About Instantaneous Transformation. Though not specifically tailored for productivity, the Kanes' books have made a huge impact on my work and life because they have inspired me to look at the root- how I operate in my life and not to judge what I have done or see. It is very freeing to learn to live in the moment. I can be appropriate to what's showing up in my life and this helps me get things completed with satisfaction. I highly recommend them!
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Wer eine Fortsetzung von "Getting Things Done" (GTD, deutsche Ausgabe: "Wie ich die Dinge geregelt kriege") erwartet, wird hier sicher enttäuscht. Es gibt keine neuen Tipps oder Tricks und auch kein GTD v2.0.

Stattdessen findet man 52 teils kurzweilige, teils anspruchsvolle Artikel zu Einzelaspekten von GTD. Anekdoten mischen sich mit philosophischen Bemerkungen und Zitaten. Ich würde "Ready for Anything" als Reise- oder Bettlektüre sehen: man kann die 52 Kapitel häppchenweise lesen, versteht danach David Allens gedanklichen Hintergrund etwas besser, hat ein paar nette Geschichten und Beispiele zur Hand, falls man jemand GTD erklären möchte und hat last but not least ein paar Stunden Zeit ein wenig den Kopf beschäftigt.

Der Buchtitel lässt etwas leicht Anderes erwarten, daher einen Stern Abzug.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Nicht die Lösung aller Probleme ;-( 29. Juni 2011
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Ich denke, dass immer mehr noch mehr arbeiten und alle perfekt organisieren nicht die richtige Lösung ist. Do not work harder, but smarter ;-) wie ein anderer Autor betont. Es kommt auch sehr darauf an, dass man die richtigen Dinge auswählt und anpackt und sich nicht im "vielen" verzettelt. Ich kann mich mit der vorgeschlagenen Methode nicht anfreunden. Tut mir leid!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen David Allen's new book hits the mark. 15. September 2003
Von Bruce C. Houghton - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Let me start by admitting that while I'm a huge fan of David Allen and his wonderful productivity theories and practices, I found his first book "Getting Things Done" a rather tough read. A lot of great info was certainly there, but somehow the way it was written left my head spinning. Eventually I began to understand the systems and implement them, but I couldn't get over the nagging feeling that these theories and practices that were so basic and logical did not have to be so hard to grasp.
All of these shortcomings have been fixed in this great new book. Allen's theories, practices and strategies are delivered in 2-5 page bite sized pieces which much better suit his writing style. Each of the 52 short chapters can be devoured in a few minutes and can be understood and internalized individually or in well organized clusters as fits you best.
In a perfect world I'd suggest skimming Allen's first book so that you get an over view of his "systems"; then read this book for a bunch of "I get it!" moments; and then back to "Getting Things Done" for a more careful read. In fact, that's what I'm going to do.
But even if you never read Allen's first book; this new one is well worth the time because it will force you to look at work, time, and all of the stuff that clutters your mind and life in entirely new ways.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Unnecessary 30. Januar 2006
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I can not recommend David Allen's earlier book, Getting Things Done, highly enough. I read it six months ago and continue to follow his system, using the Outlook plug-in sold on his web site. I had made a reminder when I finished that book to re-read it in six months. When the time came, I decided to pick up this book instead. It was a mistake.

Ready For Anything is a series of short inspirational essays on productivity. It has a strong self-help feel to it. If you've read GTD and aren't convinced that the system is worth implementing, maybe this book will sell it to you. For those who are already practicing the system, it doesn't offer a whole lot. Many essays are about the importance of having a system, or the importance of the weekly review, a key element of the system. Others are simply meanderings with no concrete purpose. There are quotes peppered in the margins throughout. While some are thought-provoking, they distracted me from the main text. I'd prefer to see them at the beginning or end of the essay.

If you haven't read Getting Things Done, absolutely read that first. If you need a little motivation to keep you on track, maybe Ready For Anything will help.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Tune-up after Getting Things Done 4. Januar 2004
Von peederj - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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While this is an outstanding book, I highly recommend his first work, Getting Things Done. Since this doesn't have a consistent narrative but is instead broken up into numerous tiny essays, it will be harder to get the maximum benefit from his approach to personal productivity from this alone.
Readers who "got" Getting Things Done don't need my advice on this one...they've already bought it I'm sure.
David Allen is probably the smartest personal productivity coach in print. I would buy Getting Things Done for every employee in my organization, and I would have copies of this one lying around to remind people and elaborate on some of the finer points.
Oh and I would like to add one point. I believe there is one thing missing from Mr. Allen's algorithm. That is finishing. I think his plan is outstanding for getting unstuck: figure out the next action, and do it without hesitation. But I don't find any attention paid to how to decide how many actions are "enough" for a desired outcome of a project.
You can always find some next action, and founder in what software engineers like myself call "permanent beta" or "feature creep." Yet external constraints are best not relied on exclusively for these decisions. It's best to volunteer a ruthless focus on the essence of your project's deliverable, isn't it?
So I would like Mr. Allen to write his next book about finishing projects, if he is able to develop insights into that stage as strong as his insights into the process of the middle stages.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Packed with Knowledge! 1. März 2004
Von Rolf Dobelli - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Author David Allen lists 52 basic principles for productivity, including: write everything down, do the jobs that nag you, focus on the matter at hand and so on. As he notes, the principles are both simple to understand and difficult to implement. The book is essentially a collection of gleanings from the author's previous writings, so it does not present a systematic or unified approach to time and productivity management. However, Allen's straightforward tips are handy, if sometimes duplicative. The number 52 suggests that you might find one helpful tip to use each week in a one-year program of self-improvement and productivity management. In that case, repetition is probably a good thing, since bad habits tend to spring up again like weeds and require the same remedies often. The author is relentlessly upbeat, optimistic and witty, like a motivational speaker. That might be hard to read in a big chunk, but it is easy to digest if you spend a little time every week reading a recommendation and implementing it. We recommend this book to anyone who urgently needs help with time management and productivity.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen a weekly review? 8. Mai 2006
Von David A. Baer - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I never thought I could get too much of David Allen, the productivity guru whose `Getting Things Done' system has transformed my work and life habits. But this book borders on too much of a good thing.

At least, that is, if you sit down and read right through it. The trick is to ration.

While I don't know whether the number 52 was chosen to give us a two-to-three page sampling of Allen's writing on a weekly basis, the truth is it works well that way. I'm integrating it into Allen's famous `weekly review', the bone marrow of a productive work-life organism.

In such small doses, it's good stuff. Allen and his staff have culled these reflections from his writings over the year. The power of `GTD' lies in its simplicity, so you won't find vastly divergent essays on politics, literature, and the price of gasoline in Idaho.

What you will find is a simple and tenacious focus on a system that allows you to clear your mind and focus on the one thing you're choosing to do right now.

On balance and in moderation, that's a good thing.
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