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Redefining productivity as a discipline involving how one thinks, identifies goals, constructs teams, and makes decisions, explains how to transform thinking behaviors to increase self-motivation and shares illustrative examples.
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Títol:Smarter Faster Better: The Secrets of Being Productive in Life and Business
Autors:Charles Duhigg (Autor)
Informació:Random House (2016), Edition: 1, 400 pages
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I love how he integrates research with real stories and then drives the point home and the content is really interesting. ( )
  pmichaud | Dec 21, 2020 |
Super easy to read -- the writing isn't frenetic, but it does move you along quickly. I'm not sure what it is about the writing that does that, but if I had listened to the audiobook instead of reading it, I would have felt like it was on 1.5x, but I had a hard copy, so I controlled the speed. Yet every time, it was like getting on a train instead of walking -- in a good way! That is, the book does not plod along like some follow-up self-helps do.
That said, it's not as good as The Power of Habits. That book had a clear theme at its centre and then looked at it from many angles. This book is a bit more like Duhigg had a lot of awesome anecdotes and smaller themes and then quilted them together. It works, especially if you take it chapter by chapter (which makes it easy pick up and put down and leave it alone for a while before moving on to the next chapter), but it's not as strong as a unit.
That's not to say there isn't good stuff in this book. I did take notes at the end of each chapter, though Duhigg has a great Appendix in which he explains how he took the advice from the book to write the book, and there you'll find great succinct summaries of each section for your own notes. In fact, the Appendix might be the best part of the book: a clear tangible application of the book's wisdom that is grounded in reality. (Too many self-betterment books are so penthouse-level in their examples and models that the advice can feel unachievable for its loftiness; not here. Duhigg is just like the rest of us with his procrastination and distractions.)
Don't be deceived by the page count -- the endnotes are so robust that they take up more pages than the best chapter (#1), and the print is big, the keening generous. It's not actually a long book, and because it's such an easy, fast read, it's no trouble to get through and start applying.
So go ahead, read it! ( )
  LDVoorberg | Nov 22, 2020 |
The main goal of this book is about increasing productivity, but, unlike habits, the focus of his last book, productivity is not a process. Instead, he give you seven tips to aid your productivity. The problem is that while he provides scientific evidence that it works, they do not build on each other. It gives the book a scattered feel. ( )
  Colleen5096 | Oct 29, 2020 |
If you are looking to be more productive, want to set better goals, and achieve those goals, then Smarter Faster Better: The Secrets of Being Productive in Life and Business* may be the book for you. Charles Duhigg wrote this book and it covers 8 principles to increase productivity and be more efficiency. Read more ( )
  skrabut | Sep 2, 2020 |
Duhigg is a thorough and very readable writer who tells useful stories and organizes ideas well. I enjoyed his book on developing habits, so I picked up Smarter Faster Better when it came out. At first, I was less interested in it, because unlike The Power of Habit it seemed less content-driven and more narrative, a conventional self-help book. I even gave up on it for a while. But then, when I finished it finally and went back to skim it for main ideas, I realized it had a nicely coherent and well-researched set of ideas for making effective decisions.

Anyone who has read many of this kind of books will be familiar with the assertions in it, of course. Successful people have a strong locus of control, remind themselves of why they are doing things rather than being too task-focused, encourage psychological safety in their teams, avoid cognitive tunneling and reactive thinking by visualizing what things should look like, and create mental models. They set both stretch and SMART goals, create commitment cultures, think probabilistically and see the future as a collection of potential possibilities. They take ideas from other settings, pay attention to how things make them feel and think, and reframe situations to create tension and dissonance. They make data disfluent and process it actively rather than absorbing it passively, and they break problems into smaller pieces to make it easier to process. What makes the book worth reading is the combination of well-analyzed narrative and good research, which allow the reader to envision putting the ideas into action.

That is: A readable and worthwhile book, more conventional and focusing closer to the ground than The Power of Habit. ( )
  dmturner | Jun 29, 2020 |
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