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Ask Readers: How to get started on Getting Things Done?

Ask Readers: How to get started on Getting Things Done?

Arnout asked: “I’ve just implemented the concept of a Tickler file and starting to work with Action lists etc. and still am finding my best way…. (and must honestly say; it is not yet working for me) :-( ”

“How to get started on David Allen’s Getting things done? Any quick tips? Can anyone share your story on a GTD start-up (for my personal reassurance)?”

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