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Zen To Done: The Ultimate Simple Productivity System (English Edition)
 
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Zen To Done: The Ultimate Simple Productivity System (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Leo Babauta
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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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  • Format : Format Kindle
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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 114 pages
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  • Editeur : Phatbits, LLC (24 avril 2012)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B001970HQU
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  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.2 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (4 commentaires client)
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1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Simple, efficace et motivant 22 octobre 2012
Par cffs
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
Cet e-book ne prétend pas contenir une recette révolutionnaire pour passer en cinq minutes du chaos improductif et stressant à la super-productivité détendue. En somme, il ne contient qu'un peu de bon sens. Cependant, la méthode proposée est simple, et fût assez efficace en ce qui me concerne. Suivre les étapes proposées est simple à comprendre et à mettre en place (après ça ne dépend que de vous) et motivant.

Ce qui ne gâche rien, le style de l'auteur est léger, frais et motivant. Je recommande !
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 mieux que GTD? 27 mai 2014
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
La moitié du livre est occupée par des comparaisons avec GTD... dommage... J'aurai préféré moins de contenu, un truc plus simple ;-)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Super... mais anglais courant nécessaire. 13 mars 2013
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
Ce booklet se lit très facilement et permet de jeter un regard neuf sur notre vie de dingues. On y trouve aussi les références aux 'Pensées' de l'auteur et les notes qu'il a publiées sur son site depuis plusieurs années.
Pour le prix, ça vaut le coup si vous vous demandez si votre train train peut être amélioré. (enfin, je me comprends)
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 de bonnes idées 31 juillet 2012
Par Emily B.
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..et un document agréable à lire, qui donne le sentiment d'être mieux organisé au fil du temps. Pas compliqué, et bien pensé dans l'ensemble quoique parfois un peu cryptique.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Nicely done adaptation of David Allen's Getting Things Done 8 mars 2009
Par Jerry Saperstein - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
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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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Kindle e-Book - links to forms works fine !(OLD: was broken in 2010) 24 juin 2010
Par Mary - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
2014 update:
in 2012, the wonderful author Geoffrey Elliott fixed this problem and provided an updated Kindle version, including working links to all the missing forms, to me. From what I read here, the Kindle version works great now. And, yes, I enjoyed this book very much; plus: the handy forms! I should have mentioned that. Zen to Done was a very enjoyable and helpful book to me.

2010 review (Kindle version was missing content back then; now repaired)
I wish I had purchased the eBook directly from the author's website. Instead, I paid full price to get a Kindle ebook (which I read on my computer) that has NO links to the promised extensive references, and NO way to find the blank forms he promised. For the same price, elsewhere, I could have had the whole deal. I wish a disclaimer was put on this Kindle site, explaining that you are getting a seriously truncated version of this book. If you are thinking of purchasing this version, think twice. I suggest that you opt for the paper book OR the full-service ebook the author sells elsewhere.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Effective, Simple, Easy Read 31 octobre 2008
Par J. McDonald - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
I like this book and the concepts within. I've read or read about all the hot time management and self improvement books. I've always wanted to read them all and distill their simple basics into one action plan. Now I don't have to make the effort. "Zen to Done" has done it for me. I'm implementing one habit at a time, as recommended. I'm even starting a group with my employees to read the book and each of us will tackle our own habit and report back progress and recommendations each subsequent week. The key to this book is flexibility and simplicity. You don't have to move a mountain all at once. One hand full of dirt and rock at a time will do it too. I recommend this book.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Simple productivity system based on Allen's GTD 27 décembre 2011
Par Alain B. Burrese - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
"Zen To Done" by Leo Babauta is a simple productivity system based on the principles taught by David Allen in his popular "Getting Things Done" combined with some other strategies the author found useful. The book came about from the author's website, Zen Habits, and I strongly recommend you check out the website to learn more about both the author and his Zen To Done strategies.

So why "Zen To Done" when the author admits that Allen's GTD is already a great system? It's because sometimes putting GTD into practice is difficult for some people. Therefore, "Zen To Done" is an adaptation of the GTD principles that simplifies them and helps implement the strategies, or habits, at a slower pace. In fact, Babuata says you should work at implementing the 10 habits he shares in "Zen To Done" over a year's time, not all at once. That is one of the difficulties he describes with GTD, that people have trouble with a bunch of habit changes all at once. He also stresses a bit more on doing than he believes GTD does. That and he tried to simplify things to make it easier. So, in a nutshell, "Zen To Done" is a set of ten habits that will help you get organized, simplify your life, get things under control, and actually get things done.

These habits are: 1. Collect. 2. Process. 3. Plan. 4. Do. 5. Simple Trusted System. 6. Organize. 7. Review. 8. Simplify. 9. Routine. 10. Find your passion. The author also shares that implementing ten new habits can be overwhelming and too complicated, so for those that want the simplest system possible, the minimalist version of "Zen To Done" is doing the first four habits: collect, process, plan, and do. With just these four, you can greatly improve your productivity and lesson stress.

The author includes personal examples and writes in a very easy to follow along style. He also answers some common questions, presents a sample day using the system, and provides some resources and sample forms.

The downside of this book is that it is self-published and could have used a bit more editing before the finished product. I'm all for self-publishing, but a couple things that referenced articles that were most likely from the blog were not relevant to the book, and should not have been included. You sit and wonder where? So some editing would make this little book much better. With that said, there are still some great ideas here.

This is a simple read with some powerful strategies for productivity and organization. It is well worth the short time it takes to read if you are looking for ways to better get control of your life, and don't mind overlooking some of the self-published/taken from blog issues I mentioned. If you are already familiar with Allen's GTD, but want an easier version, this may be just for you. If not familiar with GTD, this is a good introduction, and for some, may be all they need. Others may want to then read more by getting Allen's books. I recommend it to anyone wanting to get a better handle on their time and commitments and to be in better control of their life. Good little book with a simple system.

Reviewed by Alain Burrese, J.D., author of the "Tough Guy Wisdom" series.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Good content but disjointed 11 octobre 2009
Par N. Burkholder - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
I appreciated the concepts that Leo expressed in this book. It is way to easy to allow others to overload the content of your mind and schedule and reduce your effectiveness and quality of life. Leo leads his readers through a practical approach to reducing the number on inputs in their life and uses personal examples which helps explain many of his concepts. My only complaint is that oftentimes as the reader I felt that the book was constantly rehashing the same points over and over again which lead to a disjointed feel and made me feel at times that Leo was trying to fill pages. All in all, well worth the purchase price and my hat is off to Leo who is pursuing his dream and has successfully launched his own career out of it.
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