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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?
Question: How do you distinguish between letting tasks get out of control, and simply having too much to do? Part of the reason I keep slipping into disorganization seems to be that no sooner than I have my projects under control, more projects come in the door to take up the time I thought I’d freed up! I’d appreciate your thoughts on it. David Allen’s Answer: The answer to your question is as sublime as it is simple: Who are you?
BW Online | August 24, 2001 | Getting Things Done Who couldn't use some help in finding ways to have more energy, be more relaxed and get a lot more accomplished with much less effort? Most anyone -- and probably almost all people running a small business. Allen recognizes that there is no single means of perfecting personal organization and productivity, but stresses that there are things we can do to facilitate them. This book is a compilation of thoughts about and practical ways to achieve personal productivity.