Join David Allen for an in-depth discussion in this video Are there any generational or cultural differences among Getting Things Done practitioners?, part of Getting Things Done.
- One of the things we've noticed is…that there's no difference really, generationally,…culturally, gender-wise, personality-wise.…All of those will be factors about what's the content people…use in their system or what or some of the motivations…that they would pick up in system like this and use it…and the benefits that they would get out of it.…The system itself doesn't change.…I'm such a lazy guy.…I've created a fabulous career for myself…because I don't change what I say to them…if I'm working with a six-year-old or a 60-year-old CEO.…It's the same thing.…Now they have very different content,…the six-year-old and the 60-year-old,…but they both have stuff going on that they need…to keep track of and not in their head.…
Yeah, generationally I would say kids are not necessarily…feeling overwhelmed though I've met a lot of them that are…and they're as busy as their parents are.…And they're on as many committees trying to get…as many things done and involved in so many things.…I understand that sleep deprivation now beats alcohol…
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