November 29, 2007

Books Read 2007 (part 2)


Duh, twice. And listened to the audio book (which is a fine intro, but you still need the charts available online or from his site for free). I have to say that it's far from the best writing I've ever read, but it's short and the system ties up some things for me that I needed help with. It's not a cult. It's better. It's an open-sourced system that is infinitely adjustable to your needs. Don't need a tickler file? Fine. Use as much or as little as you want or need to. I'm not a fan of self-help or business books, and yes some of it is intuitive, but he puts it all together in a way that will help you out (unless you are one of those few people that never smacks themselves in the head thinking about something they've forgotten to do). Read it and pass it on.

3 comments:

toni said...

I got to hear him speak at a meeting once and loved him. I have thumbed through the book but haven't put anything into practice yet. Even if Brannon thinks it is a cult, it is an organized one!

Teacherninja said...

Brannon thinks its a cult? I'll have to haze him about that one. I think you'd like it. For some reason it's written for business folks, but has been widely adopted by artists, musicians, and computer geeks. It's basically just a way to get your calendar, and lists of stuff to do more streamlined and working together.

toni said...

I still have it in my pile to re-read. Maybe I will tackle it to get ready for the new year.