Getting things done

getting-things-doneReading has been good lately.  What have you been reading? 

Getting Things Done – David Allen

I owe a lot of the growth that I have had in my organization to this book. 

A friend of mine, Joe Donahoe, helped me see the point of this book.  We were talking about it and I was considering giving it up because it is a slow an, sometimes, quite boring book but he let me see the benefits of it.  And I am glad I worked through it all. 

As a former blogger pointed out here, “Getting Things Done offers a solution for creating order out of chaos.”

Read this book.  It could change your life.  I believe it has helped me become more organized and more disciplined.

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