I really enjoyed the "Mediocre Programmer" by @craigmaloney. The main message is clear -- programmers are people, too.

Two notes for fellow readers. First, if 10 minutes containers (Pomodoro technique) does not work for you, do not panic. I am the guy who hates being interrupted when I am in the flow, even by a rest-timer.

Second, I am glad Zen To Done (ZTD) is mentioned, but ZTD is more than focused containers. Collect, Process, Plan, and Do is usable minimum of the habits.

@qeef Thank you, though I think I mention GTD over ZTD, but I still follow more of Leo's bits related to Most Important Things and goal setting. :)

@craigmaloney Thanks goes to you for such an awesome book :)

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