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Getting Things Done by David Allen
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May 17, 2008

really liked it
bookshelves: self-help, all
Recommended to Michael by: lifehacker.com
Recommended for: anyone who thinks they could be better organized
Read in May, 2008

I finished Getting Things Done. What is my next action?

After realizing I have more to do than I can mentally manage and that whatever I was doing was not working, I decided to join the cult of GTD. After all, any system is better than no system in that it can evolve. David Allen has written self-help books on other subjects, but he shows good restraint in staying focused on the subject matter. I was introduced to GTD by lifehacker.com, and some of the ideas have already oozed into my habits, but I think good things are going to come of my efforts to implement this system. Which I am off to do now--first step is to evaluate the GTD software available, then the comprehensive inventory of open loops and stuff that needs done.

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