David Allen’s book on productivity, Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity (or GTD to his followers) was the second book on productivity I read, but the one that made the most impact. It has a simple philosophy that is broad enough to apply everywhere and straight-forward. I have to admit I’ve fallen off the wagon somewhat lately: I’m having trouble integrating some of the tools I have at work and some of the things I do as a Dad into a nice and simple workflow. But the advice David has is just as valid today as the first time I read his book. So, how do you Get Things Done?!
Source: New York Times
Cross-posted on Schultzter’s Blog