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Review: 4000 Weeks

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Four Thousand Weeks by Oliver Burkeman is described as “time management for mortals.” Perhaps a better subtitle, without giving to much away, might be “better life choices for mortals.” It’s a powerful introduction to how to think differently about priorities, choice and how you spend your weeks and years. My review dives into what Burkeman is striving to accomplish, how well he does it and why I think you should read the book (and I really do think you should read the book).

Buy it on Amazon: Four Thousand Weeks by Oliver Burkeman

Other resources mentioned in the video:

📖 Getting Things Done by David Allen

📖 Inbox Zero by Ian Charnas


If you like this one, these are a couple of other books that you might be interested in:

📚 Make Time by Jake Knapp and John Zeratsky

📚 Deep Work by Cal Newport

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