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Problem Solving Strategies Requires Knowing the Problem
Getting Things Done
April 12, 2016

Problem Solving Strategies Requires Knowing the Problem

You can't effectively implement any problem-solving strategies unless you know the problem. Every industry has it's way of keeping a problem from being solved; moving targets, feature creep, change of scope. It is the fastest way to de-rail or outspend your ability to solve the problems. That's not saying your problem can't change but you have to handle things more…
Focus & Planning, The Answer to Procrastination
Getting Things Done
March 27, 2007

Focus & Planning, The Answer to Procrastination

I work very hard to stay in the (http://www.thatvoodooyoudo.com/best-practice/flow/). It's worth mastering; the zone is where we all do our best work and derive great satisfaction. Focused, flowing, executing your world...cranking those widgets. Whether at work, home, or at play you can't stay in the zone long if your world is in disarray.
The Importance of Managing Self
Getting Things Done
February 27, 2007

The Importance of Managing Self

I've been working on distilling more from the seminar. You never know what you're really going to get out of any training situation; a speaker needs make his ideas stick or there's not going to be much remembered. Jerri, a woman sitting next to me, said the takeaway from seminars (in general) is around 5%. I hope I'm doing better…
Walking the GTD Highway
Getting Things Done
February 11, 2007

Walking the GTD Highway

My wife, Robin, and I recently attended (http://www.davidco.com)'s (http://www.davidco.com/seminars/seminar_the_roadmap.php) and were thoroughly impressed. With David's vibrant demeanor and eight hours of digging into our own psyche a lot can be uncovered. If you've ever been interested in attending a seminar or knowing more of what the Allen group is like this article is for you.
The Basics of “Getting Things Done”
Getting Things Done
January 26, 2007

The Basics of “Getting Things Done”

Record every important thought, when it hits you, so you forget nothing. Track everything that is time- or date-sensitive on your calendar. Break your to-do lists down by when and where you can do those things. Single out the items that will take more than one step to finish and track them separately. Clearly distinguish between things you are actively…