Join David Allen for an in-depth discussion in this video Clarifying meaning, part of Getting Things Done.
…Well, now that we've covered the first step which is…capture, it could be a little daunting if you actually made…a big list or big collection of all the things that…you have your attention on, if you just left it there.…You don't want to just leave it there.…If you stop there, and a lot of people do.…They write a lot of things down but then they don't do…anything with what they write down and then they become compulsive list makers.…And they've got lists stuck all over everywhere.…And Post-Its on their screen and on the refrigerator…door and stuck, you know, all kinds of places.…
So, this whole thing needs to be a holistic model.…That is, all of these stages have to work together because you actually want a flow.…You don't want it to back up like bad plumbing.…If you don't empty your in-basket.…So the big challenge here is, if you've gotten your head into your…in-basket, is now get the in-basket empty without putting it back in your head.…That's where we're going to go, particularly to stage two and stage three.…
NEW for 2015: In an exclusive bonus chapter, David Allen answers some of the most frequently asked questions he receives about Getting Things Done, including why GTD is different and how it can scale for larger teams and organizations.
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Q: This course was updated on 1/02/2015. What changed?
A: We added 45 minutes of new content in the Bonus Interview chapter. Learn why Getting Things Done is different from other productivity improvement methods, and how it can work for you, your family, and your team.
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