Just noticed today that Amazon has GETTING THINGS DONE Kindle version for $6.49. If youâ€™ve never read a Kindle version of a book you may not know that:
- You can install the free Kindle reading software on your cell phone, laptop, desktop, or tablet (Kindle on iPad is THE BEST!)
- When you buy a Kindle version of a book, you can have it simultaneously on up to 6 devices. I have GTD on my phone, 27″ iMac, iPad, and 13″ venerable Macbook.
- When you read in kindle software, Amazon tracks where you have read, and what you have highlighted. What this means to busy GTD people is that you can read on your iPad at home, and then if you get stuck waiting for a train, you can pull out your phone, and pick up at the page you left off on.
At $6.49 this is a double opportunity. First to get a cheap copy and gift it to that special someone who really needs to read chapters 1-3 (you know who you are Jeff!), or, you can use this as an opportunity to refresh yourself on GTD, and to learn about the wonderfulness of reading on Kindle.
My advice on reading GETTING THINGS DONE for the first time is to buy the Audible version. Because:
- David Allen reads the book. And it *helps* to hear from the master.
- “Reading three chapters” seems like a big barrier, if you get the audio book you can do the same work in 1 commute.
- Once you have your first audio book you can *feel* why people who listen to audio books READ MORE THAN THREE TIMES AS MUCH as people who only read paper.