David Allen’s Getting Things Done Method– great for teachers who juggle lots of events!

After reading David Allen’s Getting Things Done last summer, I gained a lot of insights into how to stay on top of a seemingly endless onslaught of email. Look below for a good outline of Allen’s ideas.

Getting Things Done

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Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity
Author David Allen
Subject(s) Business
Publisher Penguin
Publication date 2002
Pages 267 pp
ISBN ISBN 978-0142000281
Reprint Edition
Followed by Ready For Anything

Getting Things Done (commonly abbreviated as GTD) is an action management method of The David Allen Company, and the title of the book by David Allen which describes the method. Both Getting Things Done and GTD are registered trademarks of the David Allen Company.

GTD rests on the principle that a person needs to move tasks out of the mind by recording them somewhere. That way, the mind is freed from the job of remembering everything that needs to be done, and can concentrate on actually performing those tasks. What distinguishes David Allen’s book from most other time- or action-management literature is the level of detail to which he describes a possible way to organize oneself.

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