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A practical and useful book that can turn chaos into structure.

David Stiernholm, shares his concrete tips on how to visualize, simplify and get more time for what is important.

This book teaches you how to become more structured and attain a higher degree of personal efficency.

Full of practical tools, mental approaches and routines that will make you much more efficent, flexible and belive it or not – happier.

BOOK DETAILS

Publisher: LID Publishing

ISBN: 978-1-910649-99-2

FORMAT: 216x138mm

Bookbinding: Paperback w/flaps

Number of pages: 256 pp


AUTHOR

David Stiernholm is a trainer who teaches thousands of people every year in companies, government authorities, organizations and universities how to become more structured and attain a higher degree of personal efficiency


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This is so much fun!! I always long for tomorrow when I will get to determine what exciting and fun things to do next. I am already dreading the day I have ticked off all the items from my to-do-list. This guidance and approach has been a real eye-opener to me. I am the assistant of a CEO and aid our financial manager as well – and as such always have a thousand things going on at once! I thought I was really structured, but not compared to this – this is taking it to a whole new level. So, thank you so much for writing this book, and I am happy to be one of those who has experienced a positive transformation in the way I work by following these steps.

Ingrid Wattman, Executive Assistant, BAE Systems Hägglunds

This 31 day programme is time spent well, the recommended changes are manageable and easily adapted into daily practice. They really do help to bring structure into one’s work and life habits.

Niklas Modig, Researcher, Speaker and Author ofThis Is Lean, Stockholm School of Economics

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