History… Solutions: “Getting Things Done” with David Allen (GTD)
Author: Richard Grove•August 29, 2013
Tags:2 minute rule, 6 horizons, david allen, getting things done, gtd, history so it doesnt repeat, input, ipo, method, methodology, NVC, output, processing, richard andrew grove, stress-free productivity, trivium
Tonight, on History… So it doesn’t Repeat: We explore personal productivity and how to clear our mental ram with author David Allen. We’ll discover how to Get Things Done and learn how to make informed choices with ease. By learning a few keystone habits, you’ll be primed to be productive and create a stress free environment. Learning’s the Answer, What’s the Question? It’s all coming up next, on History So It Doesn’t Repeat.
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