Review: The Art Of Less Doing

If you’ve already read books like Getting Things Done by David Allen, Essentialism by Greg McKeown, or The Four-Hour Workweek by Tim Ferriss, or Jason Womack’s books, Your Best Just Got Better and Get Momentum, you won’t find much in The Art Of Less Doing by Ari Meisel that’s really new. That said, it’s very interesting to see how someone has synthesized a lot of these insights for his own practice, and I found myself making a few “to do” notes as I was reading (IFTTT, for example). It’s the kind of book I want to write some day.

There are some typos and the pros can be a little clunky, but it is a good refresher and a good motivator for people who have been in the “productivity” space for a while and it is a useful introduction for those who are new to it.

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