A student survival guide to stress-free productivity
"It actually works. I used to be stressed all the time, but I cannot recall one more stressful moment since I started working with it."
Debby-Esmeé de Vlugt, college student, writing for Tabula Rasa
Most of us become regular to-do list makers at some point in our lives. We tend to scribble them down carelessly on Post-it notes, in diaries, on pieces of scrap paper, without any sense of forethought. If we get too busy, however, such a system tends to collapse. We have way too many Post-its tacked to our wall. Our diary becomes a blur of crossed out to-do items and illegible comments. We get stressed and foggy. What’s needed, in such busy times, is a proper to-do list philosophy: a stripped-down, fine-tuned system that will allow you to use your lists in a highly efficient way. This is exactly what the book Make Lists Not Fists - written by college instructor Dr. R. Rensma - offers.
Written with a student audience in mind (but useful for a general audience), Make Lists Not Fists will help you to de-stress, de-clutter, and take charge of your productivity - all through the power of lists.
Make Lists Not Fists is available as an ebook for a temporarily reduced price of $3 on Amazon, the Apple iBook Store, the Kobo Store, and Leanpub (for a drm-free pdf file to read on all computers), amongst others. A paperback version is available for $7 on Amazon in most countries, including Amazon UK, Amazon US and Amazon Germany (for free delivery to the Netherlands, choose Amazon Germany). It is now also for sale in the Drvkkery bookstore in Middelburg.