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bd4638e95e Not saying all tools, software programs, paper planners work seamlessly with GTD, but where you organize your stuff is up to youIn 2007, Time Magazine called Getting Things Done the self-help business book of its time.A paper in the journal Long Range Planning by Francis Heylighen and Clment Vidal of the Free University of Brussels showed "recent insights in psychology and cognitive science support and extend GTD's recommendations".Allen recommends scheduling a weekly review, reflecting on the different levels"Getting Things Done: The Science behind Stress-Free Productivity" (PDF)^ a b Heylighen, Francis; Vidal, Clment (December 2008)In 2005, Ben Hammersley interviewed David Allen for The Guardian article titled "Meet the man who can bring order to your universe", saying: "For me, as with the hundreds of thousands around the world who press the book into their friends' hands with fire in their eyes, Allen's ideas are nothing short of life-changing""Getting started with "Getting Things Done""
^ David Allen (2001)"Getting Things Done: Five Simple Steps That Apply Order To Chaos"TimeViking BooksGetting Things Done websitedoi:10.1016/j.lrp.2008.09.004Once all the material ("stuff") is captured (or collected) in the inbox,:106 each item is clarified:122 and organized:141 by asking and answering questions about each item in turn as shown in the black boxes in the logic tree diagramBecause hardware and software is changing so rapidly, GTD is deliberately technologically-neutralEmpty your inbox or inboxes daily or at least weekly ("in" to empty).:122 Don't use your inbox as a "to do" listThe David Allen Company