Don't confuse activity for accomplishment
Hope and Help for your Nerves by Dr. Claire Weekes
20+ years ago when a friend was suffering terribly with depression,
in my desperation to find help for them I rang a psychiatric unit of
a hospital. When I spoke to the nurse (you could then), he said that no
patient he has ever come across was in a worse state than he prior to
becoming a nurse. He simply said ‘Get them Claire Weekes book’. And I did.
A wonderful book that turns mornings into a really productive and feel good time. Having me time in the morning is so important for me and getting myself in the right place for the day I want. The book I have is 6 habits that will transform your life but I think it has now been updated to this cover.
The One Thing by Gary Keller
I read this fantastic book a few years ago and I highly recommend it. It really does put sense to not multitasking and instead do one thing at once. How being focused on that one thing does in the end mean a lot more done.
A really simple and obvious book with key advice that few of us take.
Eat the Frog by Brian Tracy
A great book – watch a video here.