Not worth the money. I am a fan of GTD and was wanting to utilize OneNote for my organizing system instead of paper, so I thought this would be a good way to learn the tricks and tips. It was just OK. Don't get me wrong, there were some good tips on how to use pages for individual items versus lists, etc, but overall the book was pretty weak on details. It also had poor quality figures that were marginally helpful. It was disappointing that about half of the book was a basic recap of GTD, and a comparison of OneNote versus Evernote; I really didn't want this stuff. It was also strange how the book was published with large font and double line spacing, almost like back in school when the teacher would ask you to write a 5-page report and you'd bump up the font, line spacing, and margins to stretch a 3-page report to five. Maybe the author was getting paid by the page.
If you are new to GTD, don't cheat yourself and think you can learn GTD by reading through the summary included in this book; get the GTD book to fully learn the system. If you're looking to apply OneNote to GTD, there are cheaper and better guides out there, including from GTD.
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About the Author
Jack Ecko is a Rhodes scholar graduate of Stanford holding degrees in Electrical Engineering and Mathematics. Following graduation he joined IBM as a software and electrical engineer where he worked for 21 years before setting out on his own as a technological software consultant. When Jack isn't providing strategic advice to Fortune 1000 companies seeking to streamline their software needs and technological gadgets he is found guest posting on multiple tech websites on the newest and greatest releases on the market. Jack is a self-proclaimed strategic consultant by day and tech geek by night coining himself Techman as he dons his cape at night, he unleashes his love, vigor and obsession for all things technology into his home life to create an even more efficient and productive home environment (sometimes to the dismay of his wife). Jack has endeavored to venture out of his comfort zone by sharing his technological knowledge with the world through informative guides accessible to any user ranging from the technologically 'illiterate' to the C++ Grandmasters.