It’s almost painful for me to say I haven’t read this given how much I promote GTD. So I could see some value in getting the Pro teams take on it while working through it together.
I remember buying this when it first came out. His writing clearly got better since the first GTD book. I thought it was a good read especially for folks who couldn’t absorb the first GTD book.
How does Making It All Work compare to the second edition of GTD published in 2015? Thank you
I’ll be digging this out from somewhere in my storage cabinets. I’ll take a peek once again.