The GTD Philosophy

Anyone who reads this blog frequently or attends the Efficiency Sales Professional Boot Camp probably knows that I’m a big fan of David Allen’s book, Getting Things Done. The “GTD” system is a holistic approach to increasing productivity. It covers how to get organized, manage stress, prioritize tasks, plan and execute projects efficiently, and much more.
For those of you who haven’t already read Allen’s book, LifeHacker published an article this week that walks through some of the basics of the GTD philosophy from a beginner’s perspective. This article is a great overview of Allen’s approach to productivity, and provides a glimpse into the GTD world. If you aren’t convinced to pick up a copy of the full book after reading this article, take my word for it: it’s a great book and the method really does work!
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