Monthly Archives: July 2014

The Weekly Review – by David Allen

    So, OK folks, this may seem like more hokey stuff-I-should-do-but-never-do stuff. Honestly, this is what I do to keep myself sane and in control. This is not theoretical or out of some book. This is literally, blow-by-blow, what I do at least once a week. It is the one factor upon which your success with

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    Make it Up and Make it Happen

      There are only two problems in life. Isn’t that nice to know? You only have two things you ever need to be concerned about. Not only are there only two problems–they are really quite simple. Ready? Problem #1: You know what you want, and you don’t know how to get it. Problem #2: You don’t

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      Getting Email Under Control – by David Allen

        Managing the flood of email messages that most of us need to interact with on a daily basis is a growing challenge. No one’s volume is diminishing. That “beast is out of the barn,” and we’re not going to be able to shove it back in! So, getting a grip on it with a good

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        General Reference Filing – by David Allen

          Please note that the following article includes some suggestions that are applicable to a front loading file cabinet with a slider block to support the files to stand up. If your environment dictates another kind of filing cabinet, we encourage you to follow the universal guidelines that apply to all reference materials. One of the

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