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Getting Things Done by David Allen
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May 19, 12

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Much of this book has an "of course" quality to it, but following the system Allen has devised for organizing and prioritizing is the challenge. The best idea of the book is focusing on "next actions," and it's amazing how rarely people work in this way during projects. All of the categorizing and nesting of project files (paper or electronic) may create some vertigo in you as it did for me, and I _really_ dislike the idea of a paper filing system, but the book still motivated me to get more engaged with GTD principles.

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