We live in a world where distractions exist around every corner. It's a timely and pretty important book as the modern age of technology appears to have become like opium to some. I particularly appreciated the parts in which he described the psychology behind the forming of habits, how to break them and how just being free of them will impact our lives for the better. He discusses how to implement the solutions to make use of them in everyday life and I found the book to be extensively-researched with case studies throughout to illustrate some of the points he makes.
He also places bullet-point summaries at the end of each chapter to remind us of key points. Overall, it offers a refreshingly different approach to time management than other books on the subject.
Simple and quick read covering helpful strategies and tactics for effectively managing attention in an ever more distracting world. Indistractable is a helpful, comprehensive guide that should be on the reading list of all of those who wish to spend their time in a better manner. Highly recommended. You can get your copy from https://amzn.to/2NwKgXG. Enjoy :)