Getting Things Done for Teens: Take Control of Your Life in a Distracting World

August 5, 2019 - Comment

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Anonymous says:

Must read for everyone, adults if you haven’t read the original, read this one first! I read the original version linked above two years ago, and it has changed my life so much.However, it is a big book and there is a lot to digest for someone who is not used to managing their time and life in such an organised fashion.This book is brilliant! It is written for teenagers, however, it’s great for adults too, I find it so, I’d…

Anonymous says:

The original GTD is squarely aimed at professionals and managers and I’ve never been confident that students would see easily how to apply it to their lives As someone working in Higher Education I have been wishing for a version of Getting Things Done for Students for years. The original GTD is squarely aimed at professionals and managers and I’ve never been confident that students would see easily how to apply it to their lives. I’m a bit sad that the focus of this is on a slightly younger age group. The cartoons characters are perhaps a little childish but they’re not overused.Overall this is an excellent and clearly written…

Anonymous says:

Great Read Fantastic refresher as an adult! Would highly recommended using this as an easy refresher if you feel you have fallen off the bandwagon.I can see how easy teens can apply this and I just wish I discovered it when I was a teenager, Well i can hand this book to other young people in my circle to help get them on the right track!

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