Are We Addicted to Feeling Stressed?
In this podcast interview with David Allen by The ProGuide , a podcast by Andrew J. Mason that explores leadership, David touches on the idea that we are addicted to feeling stressed, the oddest inbox item he’s encountered, and more!
David Allen’s Food For Thought – February 2015
Resolve it – dissolve it! We’ve got to learn to declare things DONE. Especially when they’re not. Not completed, that is, to the level of perfection or result that we initially visualized or committed to. The world changes, as does our creative focus with it. So do our standards. We will always maintain some inventory […]
Revisit Your Resolutions
It’s never too early to revisit your resolutions. Here is a pre-New-Year article from NBC New York with some tips on how to make those resolutions stick. David Allen gets a nod in the article among other great tips, and it concludes with an interesting time-use survey. Read the full article here!
David Allen on the Importance of Daydreaming from Dubai
Last fall, David Allen traveled to Dubai to give a seminar with RightSelection. While there, he spoke with the DubaiEye1038 Business Breakfast Podcast. This quick listen has some nice David Allen Wisdom, including a bit on the importance of daydreaming. Listen to the full show here!
To-Do List Tips
We love a good next actions list. This article from Buffer Social goes into some history and tips for to-do lists, and GTD even gets a nod. Read the article here!
Multitasking Lowers Your IQ
This infographic from Visual.ly and Fuze, shared by Inc provides some startling stats on the disadvantages of multitasking. So put down the phone and read the article here.
NYT Opinion on “The Pitfalls of Productivity”
A very interesting read from the New York Times Opinion Pages on “The Pitfalls of Productivity.” Is GTD all smoke and mirrors? Read the article here.
David Allen’s Food For Thought – December 2014
I’m a time management heretic! I’ve lately realized that I am teaching a paradoxical and totally reversed paradigm about time management. The old model seems to have been telling us to externalize the big stuff (priorities) and to leave the little things strewn around internally (in psychic RAM.) We were supposed to write our Daily […]