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Use Your Time More Wisely (7 books)
Curated by Blinkist
Make the most of our most precious resource with these tips and insights.
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Deep Work

Deep Work (2016) is all about how the rise of technology has wrecked our ability to concentrate deeply on tasks – and how to overcome this blockade. These blinks illustrate different strategies that can help you improve the output of your work and get the most out of your free time.

Cal Newport
470
Making It All Work

These blinks build on the principles laid down in David Allen’s previous time-management smash hit, Getting Things Done (also available in blinks). It explains how you can manage your tasks and pursue your meaningful life goals.

David Allen
470
18 Minutes

18 Minutes (2011) is a helpful guide to getting things done by focusing on meaningful work, reaching goals and preventing distractions. These blinks will show how to identify the kind of work that is right for you and how to stay on track and hit your targets.

Peter Bregman
470
Do the Work

Do the Work (2011) outlines ways to help you conquer your fears, stop procrastinating and accomplish the things you've long desired. Learn about the many ways you can fight resistance, the negative internal force that tries to stop all of us from reaching our goals.

Steven Pressfield
470
Are You Fully Charged?

Are You Fully Charged (2015) is your guide to eliminating your off days, one positive interaction at a time. From socializing more to sitting down less, these blinks reveal easy-to-implement tips and tricks for generating the mental and physical energy you need, all by finding greater meaning in your life.

Tom Rath
470
The Power of No

The Power of No (2014) offers a holistic, intuitive approach towards health, abundance and happiness: Say no to the things that are causing you harm and slowing you down so that you have the energy to say yes to the things that you find uplifting.

James Altucher and Claudia Azula Altucher
470
Time Warped

Time Warped (2012) is about that enduring mystery: our perception of time. Using research from the fields of neuroscience, biology and psychology, Claudia Hammond investigates the many reasons why, on one day, time appears to pass rapidly, while on another, it seems to grind to a halt. In addition, Time Warped suggests ways in which we can control our individual experience of time.

Claudia Hammond
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