Two GTD Questions You Can Use Every Day

Date: Wednesday, January 12, 2011 by GTD Times Staff

David Allen’s essay in the new Productive Living is about two key questions that make a big and positive difference for us.

DAVID’S FOOD FOR THOUGHT

The everyday outcome focus challenge . . .
The two questions that bring clarity to most anything on this level are: What’s the successful outcome? And, what’s the next action to make it happen? These provide fundamental clarity for Getting Things Done, and they lie at the core of most everything I teach.

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One Response to “Two GTD Questions You Can Use Every Day”

  1. JHAY says:

    if the plane have a draft angle, can I use a parallelism?

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