Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity HD PDF, MOBI, AZW & Audiobook

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GTD (short for Getting Things Done) this time-management/self-management method was put forward by David Allen (in the field of developing potentials of individuals and companies, he is widely considered to be a world-class authority) in his bestselling book with the same title Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity (first published in 2001 and revised in 2015).

The essence of time management is to manage our mind and action! In layman’s terms, that’s to make people calm down and improve work efficiency, in order to turn our lifestyle with heavy, overload work into a stress-free and efficient one! In other words, first, we must empty our brain to remember things to do and make it clear; then industriously carry them out in accordance with the specific route, step by step. As one of the most influential works in the time management area, the GTD time-management method proposed in this book has long been regarded as the best tool for millions of readers around the world to easily and efficiently finish their work and personal affairs.

Finally, AppNee wants to remind everybody: “Consistently insist on doing some seemingly trivial things, if things go on like this, you will get significant or even unexpected gains”. If you want to continue to keep your lazy and inefficient life or work, just don’t touch this book; On the contrary, if you’d like to make your life/work become more relaxed and orderly, then read it a few more times.

// Covered Topics //

  • Part 1 – The Art of Getting Things Done
  • Part 2 – Practicing Stress-Free Productivity
  • Part 3 – The Power of the Key Principles

// Three Key Objectives //

  1. Capture all things
  2. Turn inputs into next actions
  3. Curate and coordinate all of that content

// We fail for three reasons most //

  • There is too much distraction for higher-level focus
  • People have ineffectual personal organizations systems, and;
  • When clear, lofty goals are set, the bar is raised so high, that we find there is too much work to meet our own standards

// Five Steps of Mastering Workflow //

  1. Capture
  2. Clarify
  3. Organize
  4. Reflect
  5. Engage

// Natural Planning Model //

  1. Defining purpose and principles
  2. Outcome visioning
  3. Brainstorming
  4. Organizing
  5. Identifying next actions

// Getting Things Done Method //

    • In-Basket
    • What is It?
    • Is it Actionable?
    • What’s the Next Action?
    • Do It
    • Delegate It
    • Defer It
    • Someday/Maybe
    • Reference
    • Trash
    • Projects & Project Plans
    • Waiting
    • Calendar
    • Next Actions

// Three Tiers of GTD Mastery //

  1. Employing fundamentals of managing workflow
  2. Implementing a more elevated and integrated total life management system, and;
  3. Leveraging skills to create clear space and get things done for an ever-expansive expression and manifestation

// Download URLs //

Format Download Size
PDF (Revised Edition) 2.37 MB
MOBI (Revised Edition) 1.50 MB
AZW (Revised Edition) 1.39 MB
Audiobook (MP3, multiple files) 98.4 MB
Audiobook (M4B, single file) 175 MB


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