Quicklet on david allen's getting things done (cliffnotes-like book summary and analysis) [electronic resource] / Larisa Troche.
- ISBN: 9781484007051 (electronic bk.)
- ISBN: 1484007050 (electronic bk.)
- Physical Description: 1 online resource
- Publisher: [United States] : Hyperink : 2012.
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|Summary, etc.:|| I think entrepreneurs, because of their high level of achievement and drive, are constantly looking at ways to do things faster, better, smarter; I am no exception. As an overly busy businesswoman, I was drawn to the title of the book, as I was looking for productivity tools that I would actually use on a regular basis. In the hopes that the pages contained a magic wand, I quickly scanned through them for the one tip that I could immediately use -- something that would make a dent in my workload. I was also very drawn to the concept of having a quiet, clutter-free mind. What I liked about David Allen's "Getting Things Done: The Art of stress-Free Productivity" was that there was a certain simplicity to his suggestions for getting organized.
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