Now reading Getting Things Done, by David Allen. Very interesting. I also just got Genghis Khan, by Jack Weatherford (from Audible).
SFG, I'm more than halfway through the book now, and I can say it does suggest some pretty good tips to getting at least some part of your life organized. I would recommend you to read it - it's not a demanding read (beyond your time, I mean), and I always think it's a good idea to learn some helpful tips.I also have Getting Things Done! I've only read the prologue. I like the premise of the book and agree that the nature of work has fundamentally changed to such a degree, that simply getting a planner isn't going to cut it. The hardest thing for me, is to advance more than one item across the board. Doing so means leaving a lot of things 'half-done' and that just drives me nuts. Add on to that things that require your attention NOW and supersede what you're planning on completing.
7 Days to Live
by Nick Yarris
An amazing true story of how a man survived 21 years on death row for a crime he didn't commit.
Its stories like this that add to the argument against the death penalty.