On Productivity: Your Trusted System

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On Productivity: Your Trusted System

A while back, I wrote a three part series on productivity. My basic premise was to be as productive as you can you need a model to draw on that would drive your workflow. The model I decided to use and which I do use is “Getting Things Done” by David Allen.

A principle aspect to GTD is having a trusted system or something which you have complete faith in. The idea behind this is that our brains are designed for creating but they aren’t the greatest storage tools. To relax, if you have a system you trust, you’ll have the confidence to turn what needs to be done over to the system. This allows you to relax as you know what needs to be done and this will eventually produce the outcome you‘re looking for. However, if you don’t trust your system…

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