This past Christmas I got Getting Things Done by David Allen. Because I’ve read so much about it ever since I started blogging, I thought I would give it a go. I’ve been very happy with the results thus far. I like its pragmatism. I’ve read all the Covey books, but I was never really impressed by them. Sure, his ideas are nice, but they focus too much on naval gazing/figuring out your values than just getting crap done. I’m interested in seeing how GTD can help me in law school this next semester. Have any of you implemented GTD in your law school planning? I’d love to hear how you do it and what the results have been.
If you interested in GTD here are a few places you should check out:
- 43 Folders
- Get Rich Slowly- Getting Things Done
- DIY Planner
- Wikipedia entry
- Transforming Practices- an attorney discusses how GTD has helped him in his practice