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The book elucidates the major mindsets crucial to GTD, but sometimes gets too wrapped up in its philosophical approach.
If you have read Getting Things Done, and find yourself not implementing them as well is you wish you were, this is a great book to get you re-motivated to do it.
David Allen's latest book "Making It All Work" is the third book by the author dealing with the "Getting Things Done" system.
Excellent. Worth every cent. It helped motivate me further with excellent application suggestions.Published 27 days ago by Mark S. Miller
I'm a huge fan of David Allen. He's saved me from drowning in paper.Published 2 months ago by TONY MORPHETT
I love the way he has obviously thought about this stuff in such depth. The best book on productivity and being organised I have read yet.Published 3 months ago by David Leviston
I own all three books by David Allen. I refer back to this one often. Great follow-up to Getting Things Done.Published 6 months ago by LilBee in VA
This book takes a deeper look at the GTD process. With an example broken down to illustrate each part of the process, David Allen makes clearer the steps in each part of the... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Ralph F Ryan
Love this guy. We use this as part of our core training at work.
It stays in our library for employee training.
Wholistic, life and work, integrate real values, model for acting in awareness rather than impulsively in fear and loathing, clearing the mind to focus.Published 9 months ago by Alan H. Waisanen
This is a great book for GTD. It gives many practical examples and extends the author's proposed processes based on his experiences since writing the original book. Read morePublished 11 months ago by O. Scantlebury
Allen's framework of discussing the GTD process along the lines of increasing CONTROL and broadening PERSPECTIVE made GTD much more relevant to me not only as a tool for improving... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Miguel de Jesus