Join David Allen for an in-depth discussion in this video Engaging the tasks, part of Getting Things Done.
…All of these previous four steps lead us to the fifth and final which is to engage.…And getting things done in a strange way is not so much about getting things done.…It's about being appropriately engaged.…You and I right now are not doing a lot…of things, because I'm doing this and you're watching this.…The ability for us to be present here in what we're doing, is to a large…degree based upon how appropriately are we engaged…with all the the rest of our stuff.…So that's why the best practice here is to have done the first four best practices.…
I've captured everything.…I've clarified everything, in terms of what it means.…Actions and outcomes.…I've parked those in an appropriate place, and I've stepped back and looked at that.…Now when I make a choice, the choice is an intuitive trusted one.…As opposed to an angst-ridden hope.…Most people are making choices out of the latest…and loudest thing, and they're hoping that it's right.…The best practice here is to have done the…first four best practices so that you can really…
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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