Getting Things Done (GTD): How to be a more productive social entrepreneur

For all you aspiring social entrepreneurs, check out the GTD links over at the bookmarking site delicious.
From the davidco website:

GTD® is the popular shorthand for “Getting Things Done®”, the groundbreaking work-life management system and book by David Allen that transforms personal overwhelm and overload into an integrated system of stress-free productivity.

GTD has a huge cult following among the tech crowd and I find the tips and pointers pretty useful when it comes to managing my day. This was the single-most useful tool that allowed me to multi-task and get a lot done. The thing is that I don’t use is 24/7/365, but when I need to get things done, I turn it on. It allows me to get a lot done (when I have a lot to do) and come away from the day feeling organized, unstressed, and in control. It might seems like there isn’t a really good place to start if you don’t own the book, but I don’t think this is really true. My point of entry was through here.

Browse through the links available, buy the book on Amazon, and even contribute your own ideas to the “gtd” tag on delicious.

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