238d: Presence and Productivity #4 – Next Actions, Projects, and Procrastination

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This is the fourth installment in a series of shows inspired by my experience with and successes after reading the book, Getting Things Done by David Allen.

Discussed Today:
-One of the most appealing aspects of GTD, these are skills we already have
- The Four-Criteria Model for Choosing Actions in the Moment uses the criteria of context, time available, energy available, and priority to make decisions
-What constitutes a project?
-The 5 phases of project planning
-Who procrastinates?
-We already have the mental skills and habits to be productive
-Allen's concept of "Intelligent Dumbing Down"
-defining what real doing looks like, empowerment

Look Closer:
David Allen, Getting Things Done - http://www.davidco.com/

The Trivium method - http://www.triviumeducation.com/

tragedyandhope.com - http://www.tragedyandhope.com/

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