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Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity

17 Ratings: 2.8
A book by David Allen

With first-chapter allusions to martial arts, "flow," "mind like water," and other concepts borrowed from the East (and usually mangled), you'd almost think this self-helper from David Allen should have been calledZen and the … see full wiki

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Author: David Allen
Genre: Business & Investing, Health, Mind & Body
Publisher: Penguin
5 reviews about Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free...
review by . May 18, 2010
As a former self-help book junkie, I know what this book looks like.  The suit, the giant check mark on the cover - it looks like just another how to get ahead  in the corporate world book.  But this book is something really special.   David Allen is a nice guy who wants to help you get organized, not so you can get ahead, and work more, and be more "successful", although you can't help but be more efficient if you follow his advice.  He wants you to feel good …
Quick Tip by . July 01, 2010
Most impractical organization system I've ever come across.
Quick Tip by . July 01, 2010
I still refer back to this!
review by . June 17, 2008
David Allen's book "Getting Things Done" is the center of a cult. And cult, in this instance, is not a pejorative - it's a compliment.     Allen has written a classic book on approaching life.     Write everything down. Sort it. Do some things immediately, do some later. Everything must be out of your mind and on a list.     It sounds so simple - and it is so difficult to consistently put into practice.     Allen is, …
review by . December 11, 2005
This is a classic in the field of personal productivity, and I need to periodically re-read it to adjust my processes... Getting Things Done - The Art of Stress-Free Productivity by David Allen.    Allen has created a system that is miles ahead of the typical calendar and to-do list techniques. He examines how the mind works when it's spending time trying to track things in the mental "in-basket", and how that creates a mental drain that saps any attempt at being productive. …
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