Grip: The Art of Working Smart (and Getting to what Matters Most)

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HarperCollins Publishers Limited, 2022 - Self-Help - 320 pages
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'If you feel like a hostage of your to-do list, and struggle to find time for what matters most, this book will be a big help.'

DANIEL H. PINK,#1 New York Times bestselling author of When and Drive

The week just started and already you're playing catch-up. At the end of another busy day, your to-do list is longer than it was this morning. Enter GRIP: the book for everyone who has too much to do.



This fresh, no-nonsense guide brings clarity and direction to even the most hectic workweek. Using tools you know - like your calendar, to-do list, and email - GRIP walks you through working smarter, thinking bigger, and clearing the way for what matters most. And GRIP's pick-and-choose structure makes it easy to dive in and start applying what you like straightaway.



So you can reclaim your time and

start chasing your wildest dreams. Today.



'Packed with immediately actionable insights and smart frameworks to put you in the driver's seat' JULIE ZHOU, former VP Design at Facebook and author of The Making of a Manager



'In a time when we all face so many demands, expectations and uncertainties, GRIP will help you take back control of your week and your life' TONY CRABBE, bestselling author of Busy: How to Thrive in a World of Too Much

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About the author (2022)

Rick Pastoor has always liked experimenting at work. He'll try things out, then keep what works, ditch what doesn't. Try. Rinse. Repeat. In his time at Blendle, the New York Times-backed journalism startup, Rick steadily refined his methods. That's where GRIP was born, a flexible collection of tools and insights that helped the team do their best work.

Originally self-published in Dutch in 2019, GRIP became an overnight bestseller in Holland. Rick's mission today is the same: helping people make smarter decisions about their time. He divides his own time between his young family in Amsterdam, giving talks on GRIP, his weekly newsletter 'Work in Progress', and a new startup, where he's building a next-generation calendar called Rise.

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