In the back of the book, I mention that there is an online toolkit with additional resources. The toolkit is here.
In it, you will find some chapters I didn’t have space to include in the original book (such as on setting God-centered goals and what it really means to work in your strengths), some quick checklists, and a few really short articles on common issues in productivity.
The short articles might be especially interesting since they are quick reads and because I take a perspective contrary to conventional wisdom. For example, I argue that the concept of “workaholism” is often over-used and misused, and that mistakes are not something to fear at all costs.