Join David Allen for an in-depth discussion in this video Can Getting Things Done be applied anywhere?, part of Getting Things Done.
- Well you really need to build this methodolgy…and the implementation of this methodolgy…for anywhere, anytime.…This is not something, only when I'm in my office…can I do this methodology.…As a matter of fact, it becomes extremely important…to utilize the principles of this methodology…wherever you are.…So that'll be at home, at work,…if those are different places, and in transit.…And in transit, could be just moving from home to work,…going commuting or it could be in transit,…"Hey, I'm traveling around the world…"for the next three weeks.…"What do I do with that?"…So, personally, it's important to have a system…with you that you can then, at least,…capture things from any place.…
So, the first step, of capture and collect things…that may have your attention.…that has to happen anywhere because ideas happen anywhere,…and inputs happen anywhere.…So, your best ideas at work won't happen at work.…So, often times, it's in those kind of traveling times…or off times, or what I call "weird time spaces",…is when some of the most creative ideas actually may occur,…
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