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BW Online | August 31, 2001 | Getting Things Done -- Part 2 Sometimes the sheer weight of the "In" basket -- whether it is one with paper in it or electronic messages -- is enough to keep us from starting anything. David Allen outlines ways to process the "In" box efficiently, cranking through all the items one at a time in order to keep the jobs from piling out and drowning you. Who couldn't use some help in finding ways to organize?
Notes from Getting Things Done (GTD) by David Allen (GTD® and Getting Things Done® are registered trademarks of the David Allen Company. Please visit www.davidco.com to learn more.) capture all the things that need to get done into a logical and trusted system outside of your head and off your mind disciplining yourself to make decisions about all the inputs you let into your life, so that you will always have a plan for next actions that you can implement or renegotiate at any moment Outcomes & Actions
Lunch & Learn: Getting Things Done The Book The tips and techniques presented here are mostly from Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity ( find in a library or buy from Amazon ) by David Allen. Allen has also written a companion book called Ready for Anything: 52 Productivity Principles for Work and Life ( find in a library or buy from Amazon ). The system based on these books is informally referred to as "GTD." The System