Project Planning & Stress Free Productivity with David Allen

In this interview, David Allen, author of “Getting Things Done”, shares how the system applies to Project Planning, productivity and forming good habits.

Getting Things Done, or GTD as it’s also known, is a work-life management system that alleviates overwhelm, and instils focus, clarity, and confidence. It has been published in 30 languages and sold around 2 million copies. Training in its principles franchised all over the world. Subscribe to Project Management Paradise via one of the links above and you’ll automatically receive new episodes directly to your device. Find out more about David Allen and Getting Things Done here.

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