No Time to Read This, Read This

The WSJ article “No Time to Read This, Read This” caught my attention as time is a constant struggle for everyone. In the article, author Sue Shellenbarger asks a number of executive coaches to help her pick the “most widely used time-management systems that help people get organized, clarify thinking and increase output.”

All of the methods had their own unique way of how to go about being more productive with your time, but I’m a big believer in the Getting Things Done method (GTD) created by David Allen. “GTD’s aim is to corral all the projects and tasks floating around in your head into an organizing system you update weekly.” Getting all the details of your life into a system both frees up the space in your mind to spend more time in critical and creative thinking and eliminates that constant nagging feeling that you’re forgetting something. Check out our W5Templates today to get started on your track to becoming more productive.

Dave Oshlag has been helping companies large and small stay organized and focus on the right projects for more than 25 years.  His specialty is saving hours of time wasted on disorganized systems without spending thousands of dollars. He’s best known for enabling massive changes in productivity with tools like W5 Templates that are simple, streamlined and get people organized quickly.

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