Episode #133: David Allen chats with William Elliott

David explores the psychology of productivity with William Elliott, a counseling psychologist and GTD® master trainer in South Africa. William describes his own journey with attention-deficit disorder, and finding GTD® as a support for becoming more organized. He has wise words about how humility and accepting our limitations can improve our productivity and the overall quality of our lives. You’ll likely resonate with his description of the background stress around “What do I say no to?” and how GTD® helps with decision making and prioritizing. Regarding what’s on our lists, he notes that there is an advance beyond safely ignoring to reach comfortably ignoring. Responding to a question from David, William says that his “brain has accepted that GTD® is the life raft.” (January 2018)

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