by Paula Rizzo
“When the only tool you have is a hammer, you treat every problem like a nail.” I frequently use lists and find them to be very helpful. However, this book:
1. Oversells the use of lists.
As you can see, a list is not always appropriate or helpful. For example, the author dedicates a whole chapter to using lists to manage your social life. Chill out, author! The book’s frequent (constant?) use of lists make it a quick read, especially when the lists are double spaced.