Leo Babauta from Zen Habits just released an e-book entitled Zen To Done: The Ultimate Productivity System. The e-book is based on the popular Zen To Done series on the blog which is expanded with more sections and tips.
After reading the review copy, I find the e-book very useful. This is especially true because I’m a follower of David Allen’s Getting Things Done (GTD). Although GTD itself is a great framework for personal productivity, people (including me) often find problems in its implementation. ZTD tackles these very issues with a lot of practical tips on how to actually get things done.
The ZTD methodology is centered around the forming of 10 habits:
- Simple, trusted system
- Find your passion
If these 10 habits seem overwhelming, there is also Minimal ZTD which gets you started with only four habits: collect, process, plan, and do.
The uniqueness of ZTD is its emphasis on doing. I completely agree with this since I believe the key to productivity is actually doing. ZTD encourages us to use the simplest possible system so that we can focus on doing rather maintaining the system.
The e-book is priced at just $9.50 USD which I think is very affordable and well worth the value you’ll get. You can buy the e-book here.