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What's Best Next

What's Best Next How the Gospel Transforms the Way You Get Things Done

By Matthew Aaron Perman and John Piper
Published by Zondervan

Average Blogger Rating: 4.44 Stars

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On 10/14 PJ wrote: It is easy for me to focus simply on getting things done. I’ve read tons of productivity books, dialed in on TED talks and read tons of blog posts to learn tips and tidbits on productivity. The real jewel to this book, “What’s best next” by Matt Perman, is that it focuses on what’s EFFECTIVE. ... What's Best Next (REVIEW)

PJ's Rating:

5 Stars

On 1/7 erin.almond wrote: I don't know that there are enough words to explain how excited I was to read Matt Perman's book "What's Best Next: How the Gospel Transforms the Way You Get Things Done". I can definitely be a busybody, involved with a lot of activities both at work and at home; and I know that it's important that ... An Excellent Approach to How To Get Stuff Done!

erin.almond's Rating:

5 Stars

On 10/8 Tyler Bryant wrote: What’s the best book that you should read next? I would have to suggest Matt Perman’s What’s Best Next: How the Gospel Transforms the Way You Get Things Done. whats-best-next This is the most important productivity book that I have ever read. It approaches productivity from a Christian view ... Book Reveiw: What's Best Next by Matt Perman

Tyler's Rating:

5 Stars

On 9/29 Jennifer Guo wrote: “It is odd that there is so little Christian teaching on productivity because, as Christians, we believe the gospel changes everything – how we go about our home life, work life, church life, community life, everything. Yet there has been little Christian reflection on how the gospel changes the ... every Christian needs to read this book, even those not interested in productivity

Jennifer's Rating:

4 Stars

On 9/23 Charlie Tinsley wrote: “What’s Best Next” is a brilliant theology manifesto on productivity. The fact that John Piper wrote the forward sets the stage for a truly good read. It definitely appeals to the Christian Hedonism subset of Calvinism which Piper coined some years ago. This does not diminish the book’s value ... Book Review of "What's Best Next?"

Charlie Tinsley's Rating:

4 Stars

On 9/9 Daddypundit wrote: Does God care how we spend our time? Does the Bible speak to us in terms of how we manage our time? Does the Bible have anything to tell us about how we set our priorities? If so, how do we practically apply biblical teaching to planning our days?These are all questions that Matt Perman attempts to answer ... Book Review: What's Best Next

Daddypundit's Rating:

4 Stars

On 8/25 Elliot Ritzema wrote: Once upon a time, I had no interest in reading books about getting things done. I had enough time, or at least close to enough time, to do the things I wanted to do. But as the amount of things I want to do has grown (and my capacity for doing them has not), I’ve looked for help. There is a whole host ... How to Get Things Done for God’s Glory: A Review

Elliot's Rating:

4 Stars

On 8/20 Steve Cha wrote: What’s Best Next is a new book by Matt Perman that explores the topic of the gospel and productivity. It does not necessarily speak about excelling in the work place, but in any areas of service to others and working for the glory of God. It is first and foremost centered on the gospel. Without this ... A workplace theology that makes sense

Steve's Rating:

4 Stars

On 8/5 Joshua Scheid wrote: I wish I had this book about ten years ago! Matt Perman’s What’s Best Next: How the Gospel Transforms the Way You Get Things Done is a brilliant book, and I think there are two types of people who need to read it, ponder it, and put it to action. The first type of person is me, and the second type ... Review: What's Best Next

Joshua's Rating:

5 Stars

On 7/21 samluce wrote: One of the books I try to read every year is "The Effective Executive" By Peter Drucker it's a classic. Everytime I read it I am challenged afresh. I am actually in the middle of a blog series where I blogging about each chapter in the Effective Executive. I have always felt that it lacked something ... What's Best Next: Book Review

samluce's Rating:

5 Stars