Join David Allen for an in-depth discussion in this video Understanding the three Ds, part of Getting Things Done.
…So we've handled capturing and we've also explored clarifying what that means.…We will shortly move into organizing, but there's an actual interim step here.…When you're clarifying things, and that's really the stage of…getting your in basket empty, or taking your list and making…sure you're putting it through the appropriate drill to clarify what…they are and then what you're going to do with them.…There's an interim step here and we call it the three D's.…Once you actually decide what the very next action…is on an actionable item, you have three options.…
First of all, you could actually do the action right then.…And that's our recommendation if that action can be done in two minutes or less.…This is the, the famous two minute rule of getting things done.…And there are people who swear that this, even…if this is the only thing they got out…of either reading my book, Getting Things Done, or…going through our programs, the two-minute rule is golden.…They said it's like giving you an extra six months to your life.…
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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