Posts Tagged ‘David Allen’

David Allen defines "Mind like water"
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David Allen defines "Mind like water"

Mind Like Water: A mental and emotional state in which your head is clear, able to create and respond freely, unencumbered with distractions and split focus.

Why ABC Priority Codes Don't Work
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Why ABC Priority Codes Don't Work

Before you spend another minute creating yet another list with ABC, 123, or high-medium-low codes as a way to define your priorities, read my essay this month. You may discover there’s a more natural path for getting you what you need to get the right things done.

David Allen interviewed by "Small Business Big Marketing"
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David Allen interviewed by "Small Business Big Marketing"

“Small Business Big Marketing” recorded this informative and entertaining podcast with David Allen.

Complete projects list = clear commitments
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Complete projects list = clear commitments

If you don’t have a clear sense of the totality of your obligations, you will always overcommit.

5 Phases of GTD Workflow
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5 Phases of GTD Workflow

There are five phases of your workflow: Collect, Process, Organize, Review & Do. You need to know the best practices and tools for each phase.

Video with David Allen: on becoming an executive with GTD
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Video with David Allen: on becoming an executive with GTD

David Allen talks about how the GTD Weekly Review, and how to do more executive thinking about your life.

Time management – what's the real issue?
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Time management – what's the real issue?

Time management is really agreement management. At the end of the day, how good you feel about what you did (and what
you didn’t do) is proportional to how well you think you kept agreements with yourself.

Q&A with David Allen: Staying on track amid distractions
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Q&A with David Allen: Staying on track amid distractions

Technology should enhance productivity, making it easier to get things done so you have more leisure time. But have tools that are designed to help really just added to our workload, distraction, and stress?

Working on job one
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Working on job one

There are very few times and places we really have the appropriate energy level, tools, and uninterrupted time frames towork on some of our “most important” work.

Who distracts you the most?
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Who distracts you the most?

Is your software programmed to grab your attention in ways that make your time-management job harder?