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Finish Something Now

-a lesson from David Allen, author of the book Getting Things Done That lightbulb needs to be changed. The car interior needs to be cleaned. The screw in the gate needs tightened. Things like this can run like apps in the background of the mind keeping us from enjoying the moment when we are trying […] Read More

Strategies to Beat Procrastination

At Launch Leadership Development, we encourage everyone to make daily to do lists. We hope you have practiced this valuable productivity tool. We also know that there are often items that keep getting shoved to the next day’s list. And then the next day’s list. Or perhaps it is finally ignored and just left to […] Read More

StopMulti-tasking and Really Focus

Being a good multi-tasker used to be a complement until science proved that there is no such thing. This requires a great mind shift for most people, because our society has grown up believing we are saving time and being more productive when we are doing two things at once. Today I’d like to examine […] Read More

Maybe/Someday Lists

Most everyone is familiar with the value of making daily to do lists, but today I’d like to explore a type of to do list that might seem counterproductive at first glance but is actually a great productivity tool worth utilizing. I’m talking about the concept of the Maybe/Someday List that David Allen promotes in […] Read More

Avoid Information Overload with Capturing Systems

Stress! That’s what you can have, my friend, when in a situation where  you have a lot of information flowing toward you. You have to do something with it as it comes in and put it where you can find it when you need it. Dave Allen, the author of “Getting Things Done” says that […] Read More

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