GETTING THINGS DONE (GTD)
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David Allen authored this organizational method and book. The point that individuals must record critical tasks to get them done and out of their mind is the keystone principle. This frees the individual from trying to remember everything else that still needs to be done while concentrating on completing each task.
By Henry Campbell Black
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