Categories | Best Practices of GTD | David Allen | Getting Started | Getting Things Done | Implementation | Psychology of GTD
David Allen talks about the importance of getting stuff off your mind in this interview with Mike Sullivan of M.O.
Mike: Let me ask you this. How important is it to follow this system exactly as you’ve outlined? I read the book a few years ago. I’ve implemented the system. I’m probably not using it to its fullest. What’s your perspective on that?David: Well, you either want nothing on your mind or you want to keep stuff on your mind. If you want nothing on your mind, you absolutely must rigorously download everything that is potentially meaningful, decide the outcome and action steps embedded in those, and park those in some place you trust you’re going to look at, at the right time.
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