Categories | Creativity | David Allen | Getting Things Done | Implementation | Inspiration
Is there anything in your world you need to declare “done” but haven’t yet?
I’ll take a deeper look at completing the past to prepare for the future in a public webinar I’m doing in January on Creating Wild Success in 2013. We’d love to have you join us online for that.
Until then, my essay this month should give you some good direction about going back to those things you need to unhook from and how to be complete with that.
All the best,
DAVID’S FOOD FOR THOUGHT
WHAT DO YOU NEED TO STOP DOING?
We’ve got to learn to declare things DONE. Especially when they’re not. Not completed, that is, to the level of perfection or result that we initially visualized or committed to.
The world changes, and our creative focus along with it. So do our standards. We will always maintain some inventory or backlog of projects to complete, of things to do. But if we’re not careful and take responsibility for unhooking from those that have outlived their seat on our active list, they can easily constipate our creative process. [Read more →]