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Are you overextended, over-distracted, and overwhelmed? Do you work at a breakneck pace all day, only to find that you haven’t accomplished the most important things on your agenda by the time you leave the office?

The world has changed and the way we work has to change, too. Manage Your Day-to-Day will give you a toolkit for tackling the challenges of a 24/7, always-on workplace. We’ll show you how to build a rock-solid daily routine, field a constant barrage of messages, find focus amid chaos, and carve out the time you need to do the work that matters.

Featuring contributions from: Scott Belsky, Mark McGuinness, Gretchen Rubin, Seth Godin, Tony Schwartz, Leo Babauta, Cal Newport, Christian Jarrett, Dan Ariely, Erin Rooney Doland, Aaron Dignan, Lori Deschene, Tiffany Shlain, Linda Stone, James Victore, Todd Henry, Scott McDowell, Stefan Sagmeister, Elizabeth Grace Saunders, and Steven Pressfield.

©2013 Amazon Publishing (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, Inc.

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  • M. E. Donnelly
  • 16/07/2013

A must read for creatives!

What made the experience of listening to Manage Your Day-to-Day the most enjoyable?

The contributors showed a real understanding of the artistic and creative mind.

What about Fred Stella and Laural Merlington ’s performance did you like?

Fred and Laural did not get in the way of the message. Their delivery was neither turgid nor preachy. I felt that another artist/colleague was speaking to me.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

The chapter on perfectionism was bang on for me. Also, in a few places, the contributors drive home that, as a professional artist, you can't expect inspiration to move you to create. Most of the time you just have to get down to doing it.

Any additional comments?

Before reading Manage Your Day-to-Day, I would start my day doing mundane tasks like answering email or just looking for something interesting on the internet. Now, after I exercise, I start writing or composing first thing. It makes me want to get out of bed. I rise now about 2 hours earlier than I had in the past. My productivity has gone way up.

A great companion to this book is Accidental Genius by Mark Levy. He has given me great ideas on how to kick start my creativity through writing; a real boon now that I have all this extra time to create!

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  • John
  • 29/11/2013

Just Finished My Third Time Listening

Manage Your Day-to-Day is a perfect blend of information and insights that I have been able to use immediately in my day to day work. The variety of content is exceptional due to the fact that this is more of a compilation of ideas, which is very beneficial because productivity is more of a "finding what works for you" - so you're sure to find content that meets your style of work.

Due to the short length, I love the fact that I can re-listen and remind myself of the nuggets that are found throughout.

NOTE: I would recommend having a way to jot down a few notes while listening, especially when they give you some "hidden" web addresses with additional resources from 99U.

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  • A. Yoshida
  • 11/09/2013

Simple book to build a routine...

This is a simple book that provides steps for the primary three areas: build your routine, find your focus, and increase your creativity. The steps are obvious, such as book time to work on your priorities rather than let other people suck your time for their priorities through emails or meeting invites. The book is structured nicely. Provides the main points, gives some examples, and summarizes at the end of the chapter with key takeaways. I listened to the audio book. I would listen to it again if I needed the reminder to return to a routine and focus on my priorities.

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  • Kerli
  • 22/04/2014

It has boosted my effectiveness

Would you consider the audio edition of Manage Your Day-to-Day to be better than the print version?

I don't know, I haven't read the print version.

What did you like best about this story?

The practical tricks and tips how to manage my time.

Have you listened to any of Fred Stella and Laural Merlington ’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

No, I haven't

What did you learn from Manage Your Day-to-Day that you would use in your daily life?

• Creative work first, reactive work second.

• Don't wait for moods. You accomplish nothing if you do that. Your mind must know it has to get down to work.

• We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence then is not an act but a habit.

• The human mind is better suited for running sprints than marathons.

• We tend to overestimate what we can do in a short period and we underestimate what we can do over a long period. A small daily task, if it'll be really daily, will beat the labours of a spasmodic Hercules. Over the long run, the unglamorous habit of frequency fosters both - productivity and creativity.

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  • Margaret
  • 16/02/2014

Great examples

Would you listen to Manage Your Day-to-Day again? Why?

This is one of the few audible books that I would have to say would have worked better with a text companion. When you are listening all you can do is let these great examples wash over you. It's extremely hard to retain all this advice.

Has Manage Your Day-to-Day turned you off from other books in this genre?

It has no real genre. All the 99U stuff is genre busting. How to be more productive and organized for artists and poets.

What does Fred Stella and Laural Merlington bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

The performance quality is very high and it goes very quickly.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Organizing tips for the creative class.

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  • Tim Martin
  • 30/11/2017

Great if you're a writer but not otherwise.

What would have made Manage Your Day-to-Day better?

Something not just solely about writing. I was thinking it was more about managing your time on things in the work place not just about writing. It was grouped with other time management books and the sample sounded ok.

What do you think your next listen will be?

Something about time management like 4hr day by tim ferris

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Fred Stella and Laural Merlington ?

The narrators were fine it was the content I didn't care for.

What character would you cut from Manage Your Day-to-Day?

none

Any additional comments?

no

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  • Drose
  • 04/03/2018

The reader of this books is monotone

I couldn’t enjoy this book because the reader kept putting me to sleep. I bet I would be great, but I can’t finish it.

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  • Michelle E Collazo
  • 03/03/2018

Skip it.

The way the audio was delivered felt like I was being lectured at, it was patronizing-especially the section on taming the use of electronic devices- and unoriginal. Honestly not sure if I would have felt differently had I read it as opposed to listened, but I certainly wouldn't recommend the audio.

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  • JC Johnson
  • 10/02/2018

5 star material, 3.5 star narration

Lots of food for thought for the distracted, overworked, and overwhelmed.

Regarding narration, a man and a woman tag team. The man's narration is fine, the woman's comes off to me as robotic. The worst parts, though, are the question and answer type sections, where they go back and forth; they are clearly not doing it together, and the lack of flow is a bit jarring. But all in all it doesn't distract so much that it interferes very much with the ability to absorb the book.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 06/05/2017

Not what I expected

I was definitely expecting a lot more of low practical tips and ideas on how to 'manage my day and build a routine' than what is given in the book.

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  • desmond
  • 11/12/2016

Audio OK, content great

The speakers performance was not as good as the one in the Mastery Audiobook but the content was very good so i recommend listening to it.

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  • casualplayer
  • 04/02/2018

not very usefull

As an engineer I did not learn much from this book. I write interesting points down while I listen. This book had a total of 8 interesting points for me. It starts really interesting (creative work before reactive work). After that approx. 3 hours is mostly fluff. In the end it starts to get a bit more interesting (practise unnecessary creation in a low pressure environment).

This book is almost entirely based on expert opinions, not on research. To be a "professional at prestiguous company XY" is often enough to be considered as an expert. I also disliked the annoying advertisement for websites after every chapter. Also all examples come from the fields of creative writing or filmmaking. This made them hard to relate for me.