Just returned back after three days in Amsterdam on an affiliate marketing event and also a weeks holiday to Northumberland, UK. Back to it with the GTD posts now.
Anyway, quickly, before my next post on my GTD journey I have found a link to a “Getting Things Done in 60 Seconds”, which is a brief overview of the GTD methodology from David Allen.
If you’re like most educated technical types, you’ve heard of David Allen’s “Getting Things Done” (GTD) productivity concepts, but don’t use them.
And I think I know why: 1) you’re too busy to study a whole book on productivity; 2) it might not work for you anyway; and 3) deep down you really don’t want to change how you work.
Am I right?
I’ll make a deal with you. I’ll spend the next 60 seconds telling you how to radically boost your productivity. In exchange, you have to promise to buy the book “Getting Things Done,” if it works for you. I’m not here to steal from David Allen, but to introduce him to you. The concepts below were inspired by GTD, and might be considered blaspheme by GTD fundamentalists — they’re what I started doing after I read two of his books, and they work for me.
The article can be read by following this link.