A list of books I am reading and ones I finished recently, fetched from my Goodreads profile.
If you struggle to make your writing concise, give this short primer a read. But don’t be fooled by its length.
The story revolves around the memory chair that the scientist eventually invented. Memory and time are intricately linked, so going back in a memory means physically going back in time.
Make Time is a very presentable book that mixes efficient structure with a conversational writing style. The result is a modern take on the difficult subject of productivity, especially applicable to knowledge workers like myself.
The book explores the deeper realm of human psychology and tries to convince the reader that the only way to succeed in life is to live a life centered on correct principles.
At times you are faced with hard, physically demanding goals. That is where most deep work tactics stop applying. And that’s where the word of Goggins shines.