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Making It All Work by David Allen
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Mar 23, 2009

really liked it
bookshelves: reread-someday
Read in April, 2009

I really liked the first chapter or two of this book and the chapters on perspective toward the end. He expands on the different levels of perspective in this book, something that was lacking somewhat in Getting Things Done. The appendices were really helpful as well - good to have some visual aids to the concepts in the book and it saved me all the notetaking I did with his first book!

David Allen always has something interesting to say, and it amazes me how he can expand so much and add value to what he has already said about GTD. I like that his defintion of work is broad and applies to working life and to personal life - I certainly feel like my personal life is "work!"

I would definitely like to reread this book sometime in the future. You should read Getting Things Done first before you read this book because he spends more time there talking about the nuts and bolts of his system.

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