Win a Book to Find Out How Laziness Can Be Productive

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Peter Taylor, whom I interviewed recently, was very kind to offer a FREE book to the author of the best comment about the methodology that he told us about.  The prize is Peter’s “The Lazy Project Manager: How to be twice as productive and still leave the office early," a book that will introduce you to the secrets of productive laziness, as well as teach you how to utilize your team in the best possible way. We have only one free book to give away, so don’t wait! Leave your comment below, saying why you find Peter’s method interesting, and become the lucky winner!

Update:

Thanks to everyone who participated! The book goes to Roger Laurenti, who emphasized the importance of good work/life balance in his comment to this post. Roger, we hope the methods Peter shares in his book will help you and your team gain even more efficiency. Congratulations!  

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