The Long Awaited Follow-Up to "Getting Things Done"

Date: Wednesday, May 14, 2008 by GTD Times Staff

miaw_cover.gifFrom the author of the bestseller “Getting Things Done”, comes a new book that will change your life. “Getting Things Done” hit a nerve and spawned a movement with businesses, students, and techies all the way from Silicon Valley to Europe and Asia. Now, David Allen leads the world on a new path to achieve focus, control, and perspective. Throw out everything you know about productivity—”Making It All Work: Winning at the Game of Work and the Business of Life” will make life and work a game you can win.

Why this book? Why now? GTD, now in 28 languages, has become a viral phenomena around the world. An understanding of the reasons for that success and the principles behind the power of GTD opens a much broader application of the underlying formulae for success, across the whole span of life and work. “Making It All Work” illuminates the true basics of self-management – control and perspective – and how to get and keep both in any and every situation with solutions simpler, and more sophisticated, than you

David Allen shows us how to excel in dealing with our daily commitments, the unexpected, and the information overload that threatens to drown us. “Making It All Work” provides an instantly usable, success-building toolkit for winning “the game.”

Making It All Work” addresses: How to figure out where you are in life and what you need; How to be your own consultant and the CEO of your life; Moving from hope to trust in decision-making; When not to set goals; Harnessing intuition,spontaneity, and serendipity; And why life is like business and business is like life.

This eagerly awaited follow-up to “Getting Things Done” is a must have in today’s competitive business environment.

3 Responses to “The Long Awaited Follow-Up to "Getting Things Done"”

  1. I heard that this book was coming out at the end of the year a couple of weeks ago.

    It is available for pre-order on, but if only in December it is a little early to pre-order.

    So, when exactly?

  2. Ian Hunter says:

    So… do we think since GTD is such a phenomenon on the internet, that the LOLcats people will catch onto MIAW?

  3. Hooray! I’m getting a copy for every employee of Flexible Medical Systems!

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