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John Pabst Jr.
Works at Annik Technology Services
Attended University of Puget Sound
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You're DEFINITELY going to want to watch this!!! One of the coolest things I've seen in a long time, from a guy who is 102 years old!!!
http://youtu.be/2_dc65V7DV8
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Let search find things for you, don't get bogged down with tags.
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Great way to think about time management.
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“There are very few times and places we really have the appropriate energy level, tools, and uninterrupted time frames to work on some of our “most important” work. The rest of the day, we shouldn’t be feeling guilty that we’re not working on “job one.” Rather, we should be maximizing our productivity by picking things to do (that we’re going to do anyway, sometime) that match the situation.” —from the article “The Need for a Total Life To-Do Lis...
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Comment from a new GTDer: I feel like I’ll spend all my time maintaining these lists recommended in the book! David Allen’s reply: If by “maintaining” the lists you mean, “write action reminders down in a retrievable place that you’ll look at when you need to,” then it’s not going to take you nearly as much time, effort, and stress as filing it in your head, constantly feeling pressured about what’s in there, and having the thought occur again (a...
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Guilty. I'll have to give this a try.
If you use more than one paper towel to dry your hands or the default size of the paper towel that comes out of automatic dispensers, you're using more than you should.
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I can personally confirm this. Use GTD principles to focus on being effective with your 40 hours.
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Drive your stuff, don't let your stuff drive you. #GTD
David Allen talks about the GTD Weekly Review, and how to do more executive thinking about your life. Technology changes over time, but this is timeless advice. (This video is streaming from YouTube, so it may take a few moments to load.)
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