Join David Allen for an in-depth discussion in this video What makes Getting Things Done different?, part of Getting Things Done.
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- People are often asking "what's different…"about the Getting Things Done methodology,…"than other stuff, other time-management programs,…"and other things out there?"…And, I haven't done an exhaustive survey…of all the other things out there.…I'm kinda too busy getting my own things done…to do a lot of that.…I think one way to think about it,…is Getting Things Done has people start…with where they are, not with where they should be.…There are a lot of great programs out there,…great books and inspirational things…about focusing on the bigger game,…and your purpose in life, and your values,…and your long-term strategies.…
Those should essentially drive…priorities, ultimately.…But, if you try to start there,…and people are out of control…and down on the ground level,…you're kind of spitting in the wind.…Kind of hard to do.…One of the things I discovered,…is that once people get a sense…of how to execute elegantly, seamlessly,…and quickly, they automatically…lift up their focus into some of the bigger game.…It makes it much easier to then…
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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