Join David Allen for an in-depth discussion in this video How long does it take to implement Getting Things Done?, part of Getting Things Done.
- We're often ask how long it takes to implement this stuff?…Well, there's a lot of ways to answer that.…You can implement this stuff immediately, immediately.…How long does it take to sit down,…and write down the top thing 10 things…on your mind right now?…How long does it take to decide the next actions on those?…I guarantee you the ROI's are going…to be a payoff immediately, immediately.…All you're doing right there is implementing…some key elements of the getting things done (methodology).…It doesn't take any length of time…to start to get value out of any of these behaviors.…
If the questions is how long does it take before…this is habitual and truly integrated in your life?…I'd say two years.…If you're really focused on it,…and you really work the game.…I've seen people get it right away,…because they were close to it anyhow,…and they just needed a last few pieces of this.…I wouldn't way to limit people…by saying you have to take that long.…I'm talking about where it's habit.…We've labeled the five I's with learning anything.…
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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