Tag Archives: David-Allen

Leaving the Fluorescent Halls

We live in a moment of [impermanence](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Impermanence). If we live in such a moment why aren’t we making the most of it. Why give energy into anything other than enjoying the experience by maximizing it? I have (with great consultation of my wife) resigned from my former employ. That is to say I have left […]

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Are You Ready for Anything?

Yesterday I finished David Allen’s “Ready for Anything: 52 Productivity Principles for Work and Life“. If you are in the concourse of productivity, looking for gems and fine tuning, questions to ask yourself (and [ready to answer](http://blog.nuancelabs.com/2007/02/27/the-importance-of-managing-self/)) then you’re ready to read this offering. I’ve had the book in my possession for years. Picked it […]

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Early Book Review: Getting Things Done, by David Allen

While I am still working through David Allen’s book, Getting Things Done, the Art of Stress-Free Productivity; I would like to go ahead and begin my recommendations of it. That being said it requires input. If you are of the demographic that expects the world to center around you and it should be easy and […]

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