If you've tried GTD, and it didn't stick, and you want something that works.
That and he tried to simplify things to make it easier.Along comes Leo Babauta with "Zen To Done" which he freely and accurately describes as an adaptation of GTD - and it is a well-done change pdf to jpeg adaptation.Embed (for m hosted blogs) archiveorg width560 height384 frameborder0 webkitallowfullscreentrue mozallowfullscreentrue.I kept falling off.Reviewed by Alain Burrese,.D., author of the "Tough Guy Wisdom" series.There are also a few glaring typos and enough infelicitous sentences to make this English teacher cringe.The Cabinet of Curiosities is perfect for fans of Alvin Schwartz's Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark and anyone who relishes a good creepy tale.Most important, this book emphasizes the need to "do." Anyone can buy a notebook and make lists and plans and whatnot, but the problem is more the doing than the planning for so many folk who work for me, as it was for me for.Conceptually ZTD appears simpler to implement than GTD with fewer nuances.In fact, Babuata says you should work at implementing the 10 habits he shares in "Zen To Done" over a year's time, not all at once.I love this book, and would buy it again for a friend.It changed the way I work.
With ZTD, you don't have to change a lot of habits at once, which GTD requires.
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