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On today’s episode of the PM for the Masses Podcast I bring you David Allen, the best selling author of Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity.
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As I mention on today’s show, Getting Things Done has changed my life. It is truly the reason why I was able to launch this show and am able to produce it on a weekly basis, all the while having a full time job and a house full of kids.
David Allen is one of my gurus and speaking with him was one of the top moments of my career.
Listen as David and I talk productivity, his approach to project planning, and the intersection of getting things done and the spiritual realm.
David Allen is the world leading expert in personal and organizational productivity. In over 25 years he has coached the CEOs of some of the world’s most successful corporations and institutions. Forbes has even recognized him as one of the top 5 executive coaches in the world. Fast Company Magazine has also called David “one of the world’s most influential thinkers” in the arena of personal productivity, for his outstanding programs and writing on time and stress management, the power of aligned focus and vision, and his groundbreaking methodologies in management and executive peak performance.
David is the international bestselling author of Getting Things Done: the Art of Stress-Free Productivity, and Ready for Anything: 52 Productivity Principles for Work and Life.
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