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8:00-9:30am. What's the one thing that we do that gets in the way of us being productive?
David Allen:  It's not one thing, but five, all wrapped together: People keep stuff in their head. They don't decide what they need to do about stuff they know they need to do something about. They don't organize action reminders and support materials in functional categories. They don't maintain and review a complete and objective inventory of their commitments. Then they waste energy and burn out, allowing their busy-ness to be driven by what's latest and loudest, hoping it's the right thing to do but never feeling the relief that it is.
'The mind is for having ideas, not holding them' - David Allen
 
Built upon David Allen's groundbreaking methodology for achieving control and focus amidst a world of constant change and ever-increasing input, this powerful methodology provides a highly effective and sustainable way to get meaningful things done.                
 
Like any sophisticated art, craft or science, the methodology embodies an infinite variety of subtlety, multiple tiers of excellence in its execution, and immense satisfaction in its practice.
 
When applied consistently, GTD creates space in our lives. Space to be more creative, strategic, mindful, meaningfully engaged in whatever we decide to do, or to simply 'be' at any moment.                                                          
 
Now present in 60 countries through a network of Partners, the 'Getting Things Done' methodology is transforming lives and businesses across the globe.
 
More about this event
During this event you will get an overview of the GTD methodology 5 steps to gain and/or regain control over your life work flow:
Capture   - Everything that has your attention Clarify   - Process what it  means Organize   - Put it where it belongs Reflect   - Review frequently Engage   - Get Things Done with confidence!
First 15-20 minutes is for networking
Light breakfast included

Location

The American Chamber of Commerce in HK
1904 Bank of America Tower
12 Harcourt Road

Central, Hong Kong

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