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Meet Up and Share Productivity Tips

This meetup will focus on being more productive. We will share ideas, tools and tips on reducing procrastination, goal setting and managing our lives effectively.

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  • David J

    Unfortunately, I still have this looming flu so I won't be able to make it to the meeting tonight. Err. Sorry.

    February 12, 2014

  • Andy L.

    Hi Antoine, I think George means this one by David Allen:

    As I recall it is based on making sure you write down *every single thing* that needs to be done, big or small, so you neither have to trust nor burden your brain with "Oh, I'm sure I'll remember to do that." Then he talks about a detailed system for prioritizing and for breaking tasks into actionable steps. Victor talked about this last month -- for example, "find a job" is too big and vague; it needs to be broken down into "write a resume", "get on LinkedIn", "research the companies I have interviews at", stuff like that.

    February 4, 2014

    • Antoine A.

      Got it. This is exactly what I do with my coach btw. I've found that technique very good. It gives me a clearer picture of what I'm going to do throughout the day. I even include bkfst and shower in it! This way I have a much better time management bc, YES, taking a shower eats our precious time! ;)

      February 4, 2014

  • Antoine A.

    George, is that the Drucker Book?

    February 4, 2014

  • George Sachs P.

    Anyone no the book Getting Thing Done? A great book on being productive.

    February 4, 2014

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