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Top Reviewer Ranking: 2,859 - Total Helpful Votes: 18 of 31
Edgy Conversations: How Ordinary People Can Achiev&hellip by Dan Waldschmidt
Written by a person who has attained a level of personal success. I found that it was a book with isolated words in bombastic fonts with some words in red. Lots of success examples that were far removed from ordinary life. The author is not a writer. I think it was published by a vanity press.
Brother DCP7065DN Monochrome Laser Printer with co&hellip by Brother
It is completely useless on a network. It keeps going to sleep and will not wake up so my network will not recognize it.
This is useless, Now I need to buy another printer, thanks Brother for an energy efficient boat anchor.
Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less by Greg McKeown
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
No, I'm not the author's mother or even a remote acquaintance. I've been a productivity hacker for decades, I've read all of the books. I've kept many of the books. This is the best book I have read since Getting Things Done (the two are not really the same subject matter, but hey, we all have our favourites.

Much of the material is what I have seen elsewhere, after all, how much new can there be under the sun, but the way it is put together, presented hit home this time (at last). The book is highly readable, flows well. I live it.

I'm sure the author's mother is proud.