• Master Todoist by S. J. Scott · My rating: 4/5 · Explains how to use one of the best task tracking tools out there, Todoist, with the GTD philosophy. It doesn't have anything new but it does a good job proposing how to use Todoist to achieve your goals.
  • Time Well Spent by Mike Burns · My rating: 3/5 · Time management techniques has nothing to do with managing time. Spend time doing the right things instead of doing many things. Being busy isn't valuable. Accept that everyone leaves things undone, but decide to leave the least important ones undone.
  • To-Do List Makeover by S. J. Scott · My rating: 4/5 · No new techniques, rather a mix of several ideas from other places. Its accomplishment is a simple and actionable system that works. I absolutely like this system, and it's what I'm using right now. It has helped me focus on what's important instead of doing busywork.
  • Tyranny of the Urgent by Charles Hummel · My rating: 3/5 · How we allow the urgency of tasks dictate our lives, taking all our time, whether we want it or not. Time is best spent doing important things. Looking back, a list of urgent tasks finished generates anxiety. A list of important tasks finished generates peace.
  • Make it Stick by Peter Brown · My rating: 4/5 · Most known ways to study doesn't work. This book explains different techniques to improve your learning; full of references and stories to support their ideas. It includes tips for teachers, students, trainers, and lifelong learners.
  • Resting into Productivity · Resting is as important as working. Never forget to rest so that you can consolidate learnings and be ready for a new day of work.
  • Todoist and Pomodoros · How to use Todoist and The Pomodoro Technique together for the ultimate productivity workflow.