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Learn the Getting Things Done (GTD) workflow that allows you to be relaxed, energized, yet accomplish more with less effort.  See more details below. Download Getting Things Done Summary in pdf infographic, text and audio formats, or preview the book summary via our blog.
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Learn the ultimate workflow to clear your head, get more done, and feel energized!

Getting Things Done (GTD) outlines a detailed workflow that allows you to have your cake and eat it – to be more relaxed, energized, yet accomplish more with less effort.

By getting “in the zone” and operating with a “mind like water”, you can now handle an overwhelming number of tasks with relaxed control.
Here are some of the key takeaways you can expect from the book:
• Find out how to setup your workflow to clear your head, process and organize your work most effectively;
• Gain strategies to review your work at different levels; and
• Learn powerful decision-making frameworks to make effective moment-to-moment, day-to-day and strategic decisions.
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Keywords: David Allen, Getting Things Done, Personal Effectiveness, Productivity

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3 reviews for Download Getting Things Done Summary

  1. Rated 4 out of 5

    Chad Warner

    This is my go-to productivity book. Since reading it a few years ago, I’ve followed GTD in much of my professional and personal life. I highly recommended it to those who want to regain control of their time and become efficiently productive. It teaches how to be “maximally efficient and relaxed” by avoiding “the so-called urgent and crisis demands of any given workday.” [Review from Goodreads]

  2. Rated 3 out of 5

    KatieMc

    This is a good system for dealing with all the minutiae that make up all that we need to do just to manage our careers and lives. As for the book, it was a bit dated. His systems were very paper centric… this guy still loves his paper folders and label makers. [Review extracted from Goodreads]

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Josh

    The essence of Allen’s strategy is this: Develop a method for capturing everything you have to do in your life on an ongoing basis, periodically break it all down into actionable steps, arrange those actions in order, and then go to town on them… It was a transformative experience to sit down with all the clutter in my life and break it down into next actions… For the first time I can remember, the miscellaneous open loops in my life are not tugging at my attention. I’ve closed the ones I can close, and I’m okay with the ones I haven’t closed yet. I’ll get to them when it’s time. [Review extracted from Goodreads]

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