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Making It All Work: Winning at the Game of Work and the Business of Life Paperback – December 29, The companion to the blockbuster bestseller, Getting Things Done. Since its publication in , Getting Things Done has become, as Time magazine put it, "the defining self. Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. A rehashing of old—if successful— ground from his Making It All Work: Winning at the Game of Work and the Business of Life - Kindle edition by David Allen. Download it once and read it on your. Making It All Work Summary by David Allen is truly a time-management miracle that yields productivity lessons and how to do more in less.

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Add to Cart. Also by David Allen. Define your work — Update your system and adding to your lists.

The more of the second type you face, the trickier engagement can get. Instead: Take a deep breath. Spend 2 minutes running the demand through steps 1 — 3 of GTD.


Review any next actions you identified in the context of all your next actions. Adopting this habit creates a gap between stimulus and response.

Sometimes though, it helps to have a plan. In these cases, the best approach as always is to keep things simple.

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A good place to start is the natural planning model: Define purpose and principles — Why are you doing this? What are the constraints? Visualise outcomes — What does success look like?

How about wild success? Brainstorm — What are all the ideas you can think of? Get the bad ones out of your head too. Organise — What ideas will you use?

Making It All Work

Which are the most important? What order will you do them in?

Identify next actions — What is the very next physical action you can take to progress the project? Why is this the natural planning model? Because we use it all of the time: when we go out for dinner, when we decide what film to watch, when we plot a route to the to the shops.

The secret once again is to make common sense, common practice. Trust your natural planning mechanisms and they will serve you well on projects big and small.

Feeling stuck? The journal is where you take your open loops and projects and your goals and get them in alignment. I force myself to do this because it makes me realize how much I got done even when I feel like nothing happened.


Did I Move towards the Resistance? Did I do something that scared me? What 1 thing did I do that was right and in what way could I have improved my performance?

What can I outsource? Where is the Resistance?In Making It All Work however, Allen demonstrates that his GTD system is more akin to a manual for practical enlightenment than it is a nifty system to remember to pickup milk from the store. And it actually heightened my fucking stress levels.

Jan 22, Minutes Buy. Contexts are valuable because they help you: Remember to do the right things in the right place, at the right time or with the right people; and Batch similar actions together to avoid switching costs. As you underline your perspective, analyze every possible commitment in your short or long-term inventory and see if anything requires extra attention.

Understand the baseline, then make small, specific changes. Focus on now.

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