David Allen reads an all new edition of his popular self help classic for managing work life balance in the st century now updated for the new challenges facing individuals and organizations in today s rapidly changing world Since it was first published thanyears ago, David Allen s Getting Things Done has become one of the most influential business books of its era and the ultimate book on personal organization GTD is now shorthand for an entire way of approaching professional and personal tasks and has spawned an entire culture of websites, organizational tools, seminars, and offshoots Allen has rewritten the book from start to finish, tweaking his classic text with important perspectives on the new workplace and adding material that will make the book fresh and relevant for years to come This new edition of Getting Things Done will be welcomed not only by its hundreds of thousands of existing fans but also by a whole new generation eager to adopt its proven principles


9 thoughts on “Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity (Audio Download): Amazon.co.uk: David Allen, David Allen, Simon & Schuster Audio: Audible Audiobooks

  1. Larry Larry says:

    This book was supposedly a brand new edition for 2015 but it reads like it was written for a previous century There is so much emphasis on hard copy documentation, memos and letters that it just doesn t fit with how work or life is conducted in the modern world For example you are strongly advised to buy a label printer so you can stick labels on all your files Our files are in the cloud these days Where are we suppose to stick these printed labels There are some good ideas here but it s hard to relate them to modernity Its like reading Jane Austin for tips on using Tinder.If you are a historian researching productivity methods of bygone eras then this would be a good purchase for you.


  2. Louise Louise says:

    I desperately wanted to love this book I had heard about GTD from several places, and I thought Yep, this is ME I think the principles behind this book are so valuable and could help a lot people if it weren t surrounded in such WAFFLE Seriously, this is the sort of stuff I lap up usually, but I couldn t get into this Like others have said, it needs paring down a lot for it to be something the masses could get on board with Shame really.


  3. MotherOfAbundance MotherOfAbundance says:

    Highly recommended for busy people who want to flow whilst working instead of feeling overwhelmed.The book is heavy going though, I bought it in paperback, Kindle and upgraded the Kindle to audio too so that I could read it quickly.An email workflow infographic would have been handy, I m likely to create these for myself so that I can embed the theories quicker.I also wanted to annotate both the Kindle and paper versions so that they d make better reference materials.


  4. Mark B. Mark B. says:

    Some very basic ideas spread out over 300 repetitive pages For example, did you know that you might need an in tray Wow For very good reason the conclusion is just two pages Really, don t bother, unless you have absolutely no clue whatsoever about how to organise yourself and your desk.


  5. Jim H Jim H says:

    Incredibly effective book I m already recommending it to others Even the simple practice of using capture organise is saving me hours per week If your head is overwhelmed with ideas tasks and your week is a constant battle with time management then this is for you


  6. Sophiebeth Sophiebeth says:

    This book has been a hard slog to finish as lots of the examples don t fit with my job I felt the book could have been half the size if it didn t have unnecessary quotes and examples I m enjoying getting things done.


  7. str38 str38 says:

    First I listened to it twice or three times Audible and then bought the book This works espessial if you combine it with the organizing system of Mappei I am reprganizing my routines and I already see improvements.


  8. Blue Fenix Blue Fenix says:

    Can t say much else it is a good book, if you follow what it says otherwise it s another piece of self help material to sit on your shelf whilst you pity yourselfNot that I d know.


  9. john john says:

    The book is him talking about this for 267 pages Look at the graph You don t need 267 pages to understand how to use this.