100 Life Hacks You Need To Read To Start Your 2016 Right
GTD is an organizational system. It doesn’t put rules around how you actually do your work. Instead, it focuses on how you capture the work you need to do, organize it, and choose what needs your attention. At its core, GTD stands on five “pillars,” or steps to getting and staying organized:
Learn more about the basics of David Allen’s Getting Things Done from this Lifehacker artice on GTD.
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The new year is a great time for a fresh start. Give thought to the systems and processes you apply to get things done at work and home. Here are 5 things you should stop doing to make 2016 a more successful and productive year.
If you are a Microsoft Outlook user, stop by ControlYourDay.net to check out a better way to manage email and tasks in Outlook using the best practices of Getting Things Done (David Allen).
Happy New Year !
Best selling author S.J. Scott included my book Control Your Day in his list of top GTD productivity books. Fantastic to see my name up there with some of the top books on the subject.
Stop by his site to check out the complete list and to check out his content on forming great habits. He has some great free content on his site including a free audio book and ebook.