Categories | Best Practices of GTD | David Allen | Getting Things Done | Inspiration
Q: What’s the essence of Getting Things Done, and what are its benefits in a nutshell?
David Allen: It provides the most systematic and effective way for both individuals and organizations to manage anything and everything meaningful to them. This is achieved by objectively capturing, clarifying, and organizing commitments at all key horizons that have their attention; and consistently reviewing and renewing that total inventory, dynamically. The key benefit is freedom – freedom from the sources of distraction and stress; and freedom to focus, engage, and create from a positive, clear space. It moves them from hope to trust in their choices about what to do.