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Zen To Done: The Ultimate Simple Productivity System (English Edition) von [Babauta, Leo]
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Zen To Done takes the best aspects of a few popular productivity systems (Getting Things Done, 7 Habits and others) and combines them with the mandate of simplicity. It makes things as simple as possible, and no more.

Zen To Done is a simple system to get you more organized and productive, and keep your life saner and less stressed, with a set of habits. ZTD teaches you:

* The key habits needed to be productive, organized, and simplified... and no more than that.
* How to implement these key habits... tips on forming a habit.
* How to organize these habits into a simple system that will keep everything in your life in its place.
* How to simplify what you need to do.
* Includes an even simpler version called Minimal ZTD.

Dozens of readers have written to me with comments about how ZTD has changed their lives, made them more organized and less stressed, and has worked better than other productivity systems. It’s definitely worth a try.

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  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 114 Seiten
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  • Verlag: Phatbits, LLC (24. April 2012)
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Zuerst einmal ist dieses Buch, wie Hunderte ähnliche, kein Zaubermittel. Am Ende liegt es immer auch beim Leser die tips und Hinweise umzusetzen und hier greift der Ansatz des Zen To Done. Andere Bücher empfehlen oft umfangreiche und nicht selten komplizierte Systeme um die eigenen Arbeitsabläufe zu organisieren, was wiederum häufig in neues Chaos führt.

ZTD geht den weg anders. Zunächst wird einmal ist das System auf das Mindeste beschränkt und es werden genug Optionen beschrieben Aufgaben gleich zu erfassen und nicht erst große Listen anzulegen. Dazu kommt der gute Ansatz Beruf und Arbeit gleich zu verbinden statt jedes Problem für sich zu betrachten.

Für mich einer der besten Ansätze für Organisation, ich habe das Buch bereits mehrfach gelesen aber ich halte mich auch an den tip nicht gleich alles umsetzen zu wollen. Was ich bisher geschafft habe hat Bestand und hilft mir jetzt jeden Tag weitere Aspekte umzusetzen ohne mich komplett zu überfordern.

Von mir eine klare Empfehlung und für den Preis kann man kaum etwas falsch machen. Auf der anderen Seite gibt es den Stern Abzug aus zwei Gründen: das Buch gibt es nur englisch und die Verweise und Materialien sind nicht immer verfügbar oder veraltet. Aber da das Buch auch ohne diese noch gut ist sind die 4 Sterne gerechtfertigt und meine Empfehlung an alle, die von kompliziertem zeit und arbeitsmanagemten genug haben.
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Einfach und Wirksam. Das Buch beschreibt einen simplen Prozess, der für lose Aufgaben und bezogen auf ein Projekt sehr gut funktioniert. Es gibt keine Lösungen zur Organisation von vielen Projekte, Goals, Visionen.
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I bought this after reading Getting Things Done by David Allen - the ultimate productivity book. If you weren't able to finish the David Allen book, then you'd be able to read this one. The book is a bit repetitive, maybe it's to enforce it into your brain.
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I like the fusion of existing systems with the author's own ideas to provide a minimalist, practical way to structure one's life.
The Book encourages to think of possible omissions, additions and variations thus providing a calming and working framework without the feeling of "being told to do something", at least that was the case for me.
Considering the price paid, it was basically a steal.

Theres some Repetition between chapters, if you're allergic to that.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Nicely done adaptation of David Allen's Getting Things Done 8. März 2009
Von Jerry Saperstein - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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David Allen has a near cult following for his Getting Things Done approach to, well, getting things done. I am a sometimes member of that cult, but I keep falling off the GTD wagon. Even David Allen admits to falling off the GTD wagon.

Getting Things Done is deceptively simple when it is merely described. You read it and think to yourself "I can do that!" But in reality, GTD demands the dedication of a monk to really make it work. Minutes to learn, a lifetime to master, so to speak.

Along comes Leo Babauta with "Zen To Done" which he freely and accurately describes as an adaptation of GTD - and it is a well-done adaptation.

"Zen To Done" (ZTD) offers a simplification of Allen's Gettiing Things Done. As Babauta describes it: "a set of 10 habits that will help you get organized, simplify your life, get things under control and actually get things done".

Conceptually ZTD appears simpler to implement than GTD with fewer nuances. Babauta distinguishes ZTD from GTD on a number of issues. He actually describes these details in an FAQ chapter at the end of the book which is quite helpful in comprehending ZTD.

With ZTD, you don't have to change a lot of habits at once, which GTD requires. ZTD also is more oriented to simplicity; it is not as all-encompassing as GTD. ZTD day imposes more of a structure on your day than GTD, which is actually helpful for people like me who find choosing between priorities sometimes difficult.

It is fair to see ZTD as GTD Lite, which is not to infer that Babauta has infringed on Allen or Covey or the others whose ideas he incorporates. All of them, matter of fact, have built on the shoulders of others.

Overall, "Zen To Done" is one of the more interesting time management books I've seen lately and I am going to give the ZTD method a rigorous try.

Jerry
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Get Ahead by Getting Organized 22. März 2012
Von Rebecca of Amazon - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Whether you are a totally organized person or someone who can't find their to do list, this book has much to offer. Zen To Done was written to help you get your life organized in an efficient way. This leaves more time for rest and relaxation, not to mention feeling a sense of accomplishment.

The author explains how he was very disorganized. He became organized by changing his habits. So this book is made up of a list of habits that you can incorporate into your life.

There are actually two systems and I liked the simpler system. Since I don't work in an office a lot of the tasks just don't exist for me. I have no in box on my desk and generally only have a few MITs (most important tasks) to do each day. I do however keep lists of things to do so this book helped me realize what is really important.

This system will work best for someone who runs a business or works in an office setting. There are also a lot of pointers on how to motivate yourself to start tasks that might at first seem overwhelming. To simplify the tasks even more the author advises you not to multitask. He also emphasizes the importance of not procrastinating.

So if you feel like your to do list keeps growing and you are falling behind this book can help you get ahead. Wouldn't you love to feel peaceful at work knowing everything is under control? This book will help you get there if you give yourself time to learn new habits.

~The Rebecca Review
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5.0 von 5 Sternen The Simpler Method To Get Things Done 8. März 2009
Von Professor H - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Author is a hands on person with real life problems that he solved and lives what he prescribes.
Most if not all the information is available on the authors blog for free, but it's nice a simpler to have it all in one place.
Think of this a a more streamlines GTD, getting things done. Babauta distinguishes ZTD from GTD on a number of issues that he details in an FAQ chapter at the end of the book. This system you will find a little easier to implement to simplify and declutter your personal and business life.

I have been working diligently on de cluttering my personal and business life for years now. I have read so many simplifying and de-cluttering and efficiency books I almost have a clutter problem with all the books on the subject. (Cured that recently too with the Kindle.)

I run three business. One brick and morter and two online. I was getting over four hundred emails a day and was drowning in mail and spam. So I utilized ideas / suggestions from several sources to cure my problems. From the Four Hour Workweek by Timothy Ferriss we started using detailed faq's lists on our websites and an auto-responder that answered many questions so we would no longer have to reply to as many emails.

For the ones we do answer the questions are predictable and we saved the answers as email drafts that way we just cut and paste and all done.
For the Spam we ran our eight email accounts into one google mail as they have the best spam filters and you can reply from the email address to which the mail was sent so they dont know that anything is happening. And suggestions from the life hacker Upgrade Your Life: The Lifehacker Guide to Working Smarter, Faster, Better by Gina Tripani has some interesting ideas for sure.

Keeping your inbox empty we use suggestions from Stress Less and Zen to Done by Leo Babauta and you would not believe how much better you feel when things are under control. But it is you who must Work the system or you will be overwhelmed again.
A much more detailed program is used in Getting Things Done David Allen book, but the above is kind of the simplified version that I currently prefer.

And for just getting rid of all the clutter in your life any of the books from Peter Walsh, How to Organize (Just About) Everything, and Enough Already, are great even though they tend to recover some of the material from his other books somewhat but thats not a big deal since the info is worth repeating. Another good author but she covers pretty much the same thing is Julie Morgenstern.

The books by Koch on the 80/20 principle are also worth looking into. For the paper clutter in my life I have a digital sender scanner and have scanned over four full file cabinets into Adobe PDF computer files. I have done this with pictures too as you can also save them info Jpeg and Jiff files. While there are tons more books out there and I seem to have most of them, these are the best to get things under control and to get you the time to do the things that matter to you.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A superb add-on for getting things done 7. August 2014
Von P. A. Lavender - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
I'm a huge fan of GTD, and have used this system on a daily basis for about 7 years. However, recently, I'd come to the conclusion that I really needed to make some major modifications (e.g. In work it's far better for me to organize actions by project rather than context, as I rarely travel and have few projects). At a personal level, I noticed that I accomplish far more, but spend way too much time on reviews and maintaining the system and that some tasks that are very important to me had remained untouched for a very long time.

I'd just decided to review 7 Habits (again), when I stumbled across this book. Basically, Leo has saved me many precious hours of thinking, planning, and frustration. He's put together a superb combination of 7 Habits and GTD, which I think hits the nail on the head. Importantly, he's one of the few authors to really pick up on dealing with habits in the context of goals/projects. I my opinion, this distinction is extremely important and generally overlooked.

If you like GTD and see its value, but something is still not quite clicking, then I would highly recommend this book!
4.0 von 5 Sternen Useful, but ... 13. November 2014
Von J. Marlin - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
I rather like this little book and have gone through it twice now. I'm implementing some of its advice and thinking on implementing more. I love the spirit in which it is writen: simplify, simplify, simplify (per Thoreau).

What I like about this "productivity system" is its low-key simplicity. The notion of having as few inboxes and notebooks as possible makes a lot of sense to me, and I'm now using many of the ideas of the "collect" chapter for managing my job. I'm still working on the bits about routines to figure out what works for me in my current job and life.

Most important, this book emphasizes the need to "do." Anyone can buy a notebook and make lists and plans and whatnot, but the problem is more the doing than the planning for so many folk who work for me, as it was for me for a long time.

As you might guess from the rating, though, I have a few issues. First, the booklet waits until rather late -- chapter 9 or 10, perhaps? -- to introduce the issue of "life goals." It seems to me that none of this tome makes sense unless some time has been taken to develop those. Second -- and perhaps this was done in the interests of brevity -- each chapter just seems a few paragraphs incomplete to me, lacking in detail, support, evidence, validation. There are also a few glaring typos and enough infelicitous sentences to make this English teacher cringe.

As a lesser matter, this writer seems to make a lot of assumptions on the part of his reader: that we know about GTD, for example, or about a few other web-based productivity systems.

That said, I'd recommend this book to people who are interested in improving their time management. There are a lot of useful suggestions here worth taking up.
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