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I'm David Allen, I got into this game…in my own little consulting practice.…I had 35 professions by the time I was 35.…I added them up, how many things…I've actually done for money.…Then it's either consultant or flake are your two options.…So I decided to take the consulting route I think.…And, at the time, I was very interested…in a couple of different things.…I've always been interested in personal growth,…self development kinds of things,…high performance behavior.…I had a background in martial arts, taught the martial arts.…
Fascinated with that, self development kinds of trainings.…I was kind of a self development junkie.…Took a lot of those kinds of trainings.…Very interested in sort of the inner worlds,…meditations, other kinds of practices like that.…And at a certain point, they kind of came together.…My consulting work and some of the best practices…that I was uncovering, in terms of,…how do you be an effective human being.…Some of those things actually translated very specifically…to people I was working with.…
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