Smarter, Faster, Better is an important book for everyone who is interested in what it takes to be the most productive person that we can be in all areas of life. Motivation is a popular topic in the literature currently. It seems that we all want to be more productive and to thrive.
What do productive people have in common with each other? They all know that productivity lies on making certain choices. We want to be genuinely productive and not merely busy. What separates us from the productive and non-productive is the way we frame our daily decision, the big ambitions we embrace and the easy goals we ignore, and the cultures we establish as leaders to drive motivation.
In this book, Duhigg explores eight key concepts that explain why some people view the world and their choices very differently.
I loved this book from beginning to end. I am always interested in books on focus and productivity. It is one of those topics that always fascinates me since I wear a lot of different professional hats from teaching to writing academically and creatively. In all of these professions, I always try to be the most productive person that I can be.
This book is published by Doubleday Canada.
Rating: 5 stars
Reviewed by: Irene S. Roth