Categories | Creativity | David Allen | Getting Things Done | Implementation | Inspiration
Question: How can we apply the GTD principles in our lives, where we are often burdened by stress and other pressures of a hyper-competitive world?
David Allen’s answer: The opportunities to apply the key principles of GTD are both immediate and infinite. We live in a continual flow of making and renegotiating our agreements with ourselves and others — whatever it is that we think we might want to do or experience that we haven’t yet. This can range from a poem we feel like writing, to a company we want to start, to a walk we want to take, to the feeling we should clean up our old emails. The point is not to finish everything, but to be constructively engaged with our process of creating and completing.