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Getting Results the Agile Way – Perfect Gift For Holidays


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J.D. Meier of SourcesOfInsight.com recently published his book

Getting Results the Agile Way: A Personal Results System for Work and Life in printed version. The book is available completely for free online at www.GettingResults.com.

If you are still wondering what gift to buy for the holidays to your friend, wife, son,  colleague, or anyone who’s dear to your heart look no further.

It’s my secret weapon that helped me to get promoted twice, take names with customers, get networked with key people, avoid stress and burn out, hit my numbers and beyond, and almost never work more than 40 hours a week. And much more.

What Is In The Book?

The book does not show “Look Inside” feature on Amazon. But that should not prevent you going online at www.GettingResults.com and enjoy the entire contents of the book, here is the table of contents:

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It’s Not Just Another GTD

The biggest difference for me when I compare J.D.’s approach to others such as  Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity or The 4-Hour Workweek: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich is that Getting Results focuses on core principles first versus on techniques on how to keep up with work overload. Another big thing is that the book is a reference – you do not have to read it all to start applying the practices outlined there in order to get instant results. Want to get motivated? – jump to Motivation chapter. Want to change your mindset and adopt relevant mindset? – no problem, jump to Mindsets and Metaphors. Want to outline your annual portfolio of results? – go ahead and jump to Design Your Year chapter.

I practice this and it gets me results instantly, the agile way. So anyone can. If you wish giving a great present on the holidays Getting Results is the one you should be looking at.

13 October 2010

7 Comments »

  • Benny Lakunishok said:

    Great post and fantastic book!

  • alik levin (author) said:

    Benny, thank you!
    Little fairy left a copy of the book on my desk today.
    Lucky me ;)

  • Eileen Meier said:

    What a great idea ;) Thx for a great write-up…had to share it on fb.

    And hopefully the Look Inside feature will work soon; I gave Amazon the PDF last week. Google Books should also have it posted soon too!

  • J.D. Meier said:

    Beautiful overview and distillation.

    Most importantly, I like the fact that the system is working for you and that you’re sharing your story.

  • alik levin (author) said:

    Eileen,
    Look Inside is critical – make it happen! ;)

    JD,
    Just… thank you.

  • Gennaro said:

    Looks like a great book. I know J.D. knows his stuff from reading his blog. Very solid.

    Hope all is well, Alik.

  • alik levin (author) said:

    Gennaro,
    Great to hear from you. I was testing JD’s practices now for few years and it got me serious results. Few case studies on its way.

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