Categories | Cognitive Science | David Allen | Getting Started | Getting Things Done | Implementation | Psychology of GTD
There are four stages to acquiring new skills. David Allen describes how they relate to learning GTD in his essay in the latest Productive Living.
DAVID’S FOOD FOR THOUGHT
Getting GTD onto cruise control
If you’re like most people who’ve begun the implementation of the GTD® methods, you’ve had some starts and stops in your journey. While my approach is really nothing more than advanced common sense, doing these practices consistently requires some re-grooving of your behavioral patterns. And some of those, though not optimally productive, are likely deeply rooted. How does “doing GTD” become second nature—something you live by but rarely even think about?
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