Getting Things Done

The Art Of Stress-Free Productivity

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In today's world of exponentially increased communication and responsibility, yesterday's methods for staying on top just don't work. Veteran management consultant and trainer David Allen recognizes that "time management" is useless the minute
Ha scritto il 27/06/17
Written in very colloquial English, the book won't certainly make you bored. If your life is messed up this is for you.The method is fairly clear, personally I haven't applied it entirely but kept the bits allowing me to improve where I was ...Continua
Ha scritto il 07/05/15
uh libro che aiuta a vincere l'ansia
poche regole semplici da imparare ed applicare: un vero manuale di sopravvivenza che riesce a zittire la propria coscienza.
Ha scritto il 27/08/13
Istarted it twice and twice I failed - it's not a book to read on the bus or on the tube. To me it's a book to read a chapter at a time in the evening. Interesting book, also, with some very good idea.
Ha scritto il 19/08/11
Read and keep as resource
Many great principles of task management. Practical and easy to apply. Biggest contribution is in the concept that anything that is stored only in our head is taking up "RAM" and stressing us out. Even wishful "someday" projects should be tracked ...Continua
Ha scritto il 14/10/10
Aside from the fact that Allen, as most of the consultants, should stop trying to convince us to buy the book *after* you bought it, the book itself is quite good.Allen proposes solutions which are quite practical. Of course, since this is not ...Continua

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