Completing multiple projects on time. Meeting deadlines without losing your sanity on the way. Imagine accomplishing all this, along with a healthy body and mind. Sounds too good to be true? But, there must be a way to help improve our productivity, if not skyrocket it, right? Yes, there is. So, the whole concept of GTD revolves around systematic organization of your tasks and priorities in a way that they become more manageable and achievable. The technique comprises of 5 steps that bring you closer to getting your life together well, almost. Patience, my beloved reader!
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Twenty-five years ago, David created a set of plans for the ultimate GTD app. Despite committed efforts by many talented people, it has yet to be built. Now, David is putting his plans in the public domain.
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Do you ever feel overburdened by the weight of all the things you have to get done with during the day or during the week? We all do! Or, maybe we need to manage our tasks better? Definitely the latter! GTD or Getting Things Done is a popular time management method and the title of a best-selling book by author and productivity consultant David Allen. After years of research and practice, David Allen came up with this technique of getting all your to-dos done by following a systematic series of steps. Often times, you may have a plethora of tasks in front of you which need to be taken care of, or you may experience a sudden outburst of inspiration to pull off an idea. GTD is not merely getting-things-done, but a step-by-step way of accomplishing tasks through the basic concept of transferring ideas from your mind into an external system, breaking them down into actionable steps and then finally, getting them done.