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Ready for Anything and Making It All Work paperback bundle

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An inspiring bundle of the paperback versions of Ready For Anything and Making It All Work.

Topics covered in Ready for Anything:
In each of these succinct and motivational chapters, David focuses on a single essential principle for achieving relaxed control and the lifestyle of stress-free productivity. You’ll learn how to master the art of work through 4 major themes:

- Clearing your head
- Focusing your attention
- Creating structures that succeed
- Taking effective action

Details of Ready For Anything:
- 52 essays, with self-coaching questions on each topic. 153 pages.
- Appendix includes a summary of the fundamental models of GTD®.

Topics covered in Making It All Work:
This book takes the GTD concepts to a whole new level. Dive deeper into the models for control & perspective. For those of you looking for David to expand on the priorities piece of GTD, this is a great book for you. This paperback version was released in December 2009.

Details of Making It All Work:
- 286 pages, including case studies for the Horizons of Focus (priorities)
- The appendix includes templates for the key models covered in the book:
1. Incompletion Trigger Lists
2. Natural Planning Model®
3. Project Planning Trigger List
4. Mastering Workflow Overview
5. The GTD Weekly Review®
6. The GTD Workflow Diagram for Processing & Organizing
7. Horizons of Focus®
- Information on taking the free GTD-Q tool, an assessment to see how you are doing with control & perspective

David Allen is the Henry Ford of the digital age. David has created for the information worker what Henry built for the factory worker. If you desire to perform at your personal best, while maintaining peace of mind, and seek certainty in knowing that you are achieving your personal and professional goals — then read this book. Apply its principles. It will change your life.
—Jeffrey S. Irby, Managing Director, BearingPoint