Getting Things Done

Our sales team is reading Getting Things Done by David Allen. I am also reading it with them again. The first time I read this book, I was on vacation with my parents last summer in Durango, CO. The book completely energized me. If you have dreams, passions and plans swirling through your head, then this book is for you. It gives you a system for organizing all of your dreams and actions in one place so that your mind doesn't have to keep churning through all of the stuff you need and want to do. Of course, the fear of living your dreams is a completely different issue. If you can get in the mindset of acting on your dreams, then this book will help you map the specific steps you must take to make them happen. It is a great complement to other motivational books.

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