Josh Kaufman wrote a succinct review of Getting Things Done on his blog, The Personal MBA. David saw it and commented to Josh, “I’ve run across few people who have “grokked” GTD conceptually as well as you have.” With Josh’s permission, we’re sharing his complete review here.
If you’re ready to stop stressing and start accomplishing your goals, David Allen’s Getting Things Done can help you create a simple, effective personal productivity system.
About David Allen
David Allen is the author of the Personal MBA-recommended book Getting Things Done, as well as Ready For Anything, and Making It All Work. For more information about his work, check out David Allen’s website.
Here are 10 big ideas from David Allen’s Getting Things Done…
1. If your day-to-day life is out of control, it’s almost impossible to think strategically or plan effectively.
When you’re feeling overwhelmed about how much you have to do (and who isn’t, really?), it’s difficult to focus on ensuring your life and work is moving in the direction you want to go. That’s why it’s important to get control of your daily tasks before working on your big-picture life planning. [Read more →]