Join David Allen for an in-depth discussion in this video Applying the organizing step, part of Getting Things Done.
…If you wanted to take some action on this organizing step, what…you might want to do is assess what is your current organization system.…And based upon what I've said, is there something you…might want to tweak or change or enhance or refine about yours?…A real good list to start if you haven't started it, is the project list.…So if nothing else, that'd be a great action to take, is somewhere that…you find a list manager that is working for you, create a list called projects.…And look at what you may have captured in…terms of stuff out of your head, and maybe clarified.…
Get all the projects that, that you can and put them on that list.…That's a, that's a great start…to implementing the getting things done model.…
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