I’m Giving Away Two Copies of What’s Best Next by Matt Perman

What's Best Next: How the Gospel Transforms the Way You Get Things DoneSay hello to my new favorite book: What’s Best Next: How the Gospel Transforms the Way You Get Things Done.

Read my review on why I think this book is the one book you should read this year.

I love this book so much, and want to see it flourish so much, that I am going to give away two copies this week. Here’s how to get your hands on one.

1) Enter this wonderful socially viral (eww?) PunchTab contest thingy! All the tweets, likes, +1s, and follows! I will select a winner randomly on Wednesday.

2) I’d like to give a copy to a non-professing-Christian. Matt claims (and John Piper agrees in the forward, and I think as well) that this book can be very very useful to someone even if they aren’t a Christ-follower. I’d like to test that theory. If you are willing to give this book a thorough read, and let me know your thoughts, I’m willing to send you a copy. First come, first serve. Leave a comment below and I’ll be in touch.

Ready set go!






23 responses to “I’m Giving Away Two Copies of What’s Best Next by Matt Perman”

  1. […] ALSO: I’m giving away two copies, get your hands on one! […]

  2. Griffin Gulledge Avatar
    Griffin Gulledge

    I use Evernote came organize tasks by priority.

    1. Griffin Gulledge Avatar
      Griffin Gulledge

      *and (not came– sorry, on a phone)

  3. Jake DePenning Avatar
    Jake DePenning

    I manage system by…(check odds, check price on WTS), with a hmmanmmman(static). Unfortunately in the past things were a bit more clear cut, but now I need to figure out how to sort things out as life has demanded a bit of sectoring (groan).

    1. Matt Heerema Avatar

      Then you should absolutely get this book :)

      1. Jake DePenning Avatar
        Jake DePenning

        Totally plan on it. I think I’ll try to read it over spring break, though I wonder how advisable that is according to the paradigm.

        1. Matt Heerema Avatar

          Very advisable.

  4. bo white Avatar
    bo white

    stole the ‘rule of 5’ from the John Maxwell Co….it’s been helpful.

  5. Jennifer Guo Avatar
    Jennifer Guo

    I manage with a simple calendar and to-do list on my phone.

  6. Brandon Schmidt Avatar

    I manage my time and tasks with a host of iOS and Mac apps: Calendar, Things, Evernote, and Siri. My system is OK, but I still find some holes in it occasionally.

  7. Marty Avatar

    Right now my calendar is well managed – although sharing between my wife and my calendar is still in the works. Don’t really have much for tasks more than a notepad file with dot points – definitely room for improvement!

  8. Brian Phillips Avatar
    Brian Phillips

    I just a to-do list and a color-coded calendar.

  9. Persis Avatar

    I use a calendar and mental and written lists.

  10. Zeke Smith Avatar
    Zeke Smith

    I’m vaguely familiar with GTD but have never fully committed to it. Currently I keep it together with a haphazard combo of Evernote, Wunderlist and a smattering of other apps. I keep feeling like I’m waiting for a system to commit to… maybe this is the one.

  11. Katharine Duffy Avatar
    Katharine Duffy

    I keep posted-it note to-do lists. Probably not very effective.

  12. Heidi J Avatar
    Heidi J

    I keep track of what I have to do with a combination of memory, lists, ical and reminders. It’s worked so far.

  13. Brandon Avatar

    I don’t have much of any system to get things done. I keep reminders on my phone for work related tasks. For my personal life, my Wife is indispensable :)

  14. Matt V. Avatar
    Matt V.

    I use a mix and match of systems. I loosely base my system on inbox zero. I also use tools like Evernote to keep track of things, Pocket to save items to read later, etc. Overall, my systems need more cohesion.

  15. Robbie Hayes Avatar
    Robbie Hayes

    I neeeeeeed this book! I’ve read all about urgent and important, paper files and emptying my head… secular methods just don’t seem to cut it – I need God’s power through his gospel to transform my procrastination condition!!

  16. […] interested in trying to secure a free copy, there are other bloggers offering giveaways, here, here, and here. As always, Justin Taylor has a good write-up […]

  17. Suzanne Jackson Avatar
    Suzanne Jackson

    My system is very low tech — hand-written to-do list and calendar. But I do use reminder apps for priority and time-sensitive tasks.

  18. Matt Heerema Avatar

    Congratulations to Chris!

  19. Abiy Kaltiso Avatar
    Abiy Kaltiso

    Michael Hyatt (a believer) and David Allen taught me everything I know :)

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