MikeIsGood wrote:I am not much of a reader, and when I do read it tends to be business/professional-minded "self help" kind of books (I think it's a misleading term, but anyways...).
Smarter Faster Better. This is fantastic, and also very entertaining. Duhigg did a follow-up on it as well in the same style, and it loses some of it's magic somewhere, but still worth checking out if you end up digging it.
Getting Things Done. David Allen is smarter and more organized than you. Learn as much as you can.
Enjoyed both of these, especially GTD. Implemented a lot of changes to my legal practice after reading that book.
Two similar books which might be up your ally: Deep Work and Digital Minimalism both by Cal Newport.
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