Time management, in and of itself, is of little value unless it's combined with an effective, dependable and easy to use organizational system. Information overload and the need to process large volumes of data and work projects will choke your productivity unless you have an efficient work flow system in place that you trust completely and will ACTUALLY USE.
The strategies and tips in this book will give you the tools you need to develop and utilize precisely that type of empowering system.
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In Getting Things Done in 30 Minutes, David Allen points out that procrastination is a manifestation of fear and loss of control. In order to avoid chaos and disarray, Allen advocates his “Get Things Done” (GTD) method, focusing on five essential steps that enable productivity and establish a sense of accomplishment. Through collection, processing, organizing, reviewing and taking control, ultimately, our lives become more manageable. Another vital point Allen addresses through the GTD method is that, by proactively tackling jobs and assignments in an “airtight manner,” those we interact with begin to trust us in unique ways, thus making Allen’s teachings universally sound. (MelYoung23)
I found the ideas in this book to be very helpful. Helped me understand why I'm not as organized as I need to be and some practical steps to get organized quickly. Especially good for those in an office environment.