I read the first few chapters of this book before getting discouraged. I decided that if I tried to write a book on getting organized (which is hardly my strong suit) I could do about as well as this guy. He doesn't have any secret formulas, just a set of principles that seemed pretty elementary. They didn't seem to match the promise of the book and seemed more as a transparent effort to cash in on the author's role as a former CFO at Google. Maybe after reading the whole book I would have more respect for the effort involved, but really, the book just annoyed me more than I could stand. The author does try to keep things light, but his attempts at humor really just got in the way.