Reading

A collection of my notes on things I've read over the years. It started as a book review section, but there are so many interesting websites, blogs, and articles on the internet. You'll find links to everything I've reviewed here.

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If you're in a government job charged with implementing change through process improvement, this is the book for you. A short read, yet enlightening on how to think about performance improvement in government and how to lead that change.

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Bottom line: I should have picked this book up years ago but didn't because I thought the title was too obnoxious. The concepts in the book turn traditional working-towards-retirement thinking on it's head and it is worth owning a copy.

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A great read about Crossfit shedding light on the lingo, culture, and mindset of Crossfitters. A little old (published in 2014), but it's a good read for those of us just starting out or thinking about starting.

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Short, but deep read into systems theory. A philosophical approach to systems thinking and a must-read if you have a deeper need for understanding systems.

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If you enjoyed Franklin Covey's "7 Habits for Highly Effective People," you'll enjoy "The 5 Choices." This book got me started on my productivity journey in earnest.

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The GTD method is a little complicated to get started and took me a few years before I called myself a practitioner. The tagline is "The Art of Stress-Free Productivity" and once you get the hang of it, work can become a stress-free thing.

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