October 11, 2021

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GETTING THINGS DONE(GTD) is a personal productivity methodology that redefines how you approach your life and work.
David Allen’s Getting Things Done (GTD) is the work-life management system that alleviates overwhelm and instills focus, clarity, and confidence.

KILL LAZINESS with GTD and stop procrastinating. Learn to do things in the right way.

About the Author

David Allen is an American productivity consultant best known for the creation of a time management method called “Getting Things Done”. His education was from The University of California, Berkeley, New College of Florida.

SINCE LAZINESS AND PROCRASTINATION ARE MAJOR PROBLEMS THAT ARE FACED BY MOST OF US. HERE ARE 5 STEPS DISCUSSED BELOW TO OVERCOME LAZINESS WHICH ARE TAKEN FROM THE BOOK HOW TO GET THINGS DONE BY DAVID ALLEN. PROCRASTINATION CAN BE FULLY ELIMINATED BY THESE STEPS WHICH ARE

1) CAPTURE

2) CLARIFY OR PROCESS

3) ORGANIZEGetting Things Done

4) REVIEW

5) ENGAGE

 

STEP 1

CAPTURE
Collect what has your attention                                                                                              Getting Things Done
Write, record, or gather any and everything that has your attention into a collection tool.

STEP 2

CLARIFY
Process what it means
Is it actionable? If so, decide the next action and project (if more than one action is required). If not, decide if it is trash, reference, or something to put on hold.

STEP 3

ORGANIZE
Put it where it belongs
Park reminders of your categorized content inappropriate places.

STEP 4

REFLECT
Review frequently
Update and review all pertinent system contents to regain control and focus.

STEP 5

ENGAGE
Simply do

Use your trusted system to make action decisions with confidence and clarity. David Allen’s productivity principles

Getting Things Done are rooted in big ideas.

Conclusion

WITH THESE 5 STEPS TRICKS AND MIND HACK IN HINDI YOU CAN AVOID LAZINESS STUDY WELL GET YOUR WORK DONE ON TIME AND BECOME SUCCESSFUL.
Getting Things Done offers help building the new mental skills needed in an age of multitasking and overload.