Finding Hope In The Promise Of Getting Things Done

It’s possible for a person to have an overwhelming number of things to do and still function productively with a clear head and a positive sense of relaxed control.

David Allen

David Allen begins with the promise of Getting Things Done.* His book is a classic and the promise is bold.

It seems fitting to start 2022 by offering hope. I too believe it IS possible for smart and caring women to move forward with their priorities even though they are already doing so much for all of the people who rely on them.

Moreover, it doesn’t require taking on more or doing things faster. It’s all about having the right mindset and good systems. And, I promise this year I’ll share more of what I learned from my clients, including how to deploy tips from David Allen’s book. So, stay tuned!

Knitting notes

I’m making a vest that is based on PurlSoho’s Sideways Garter Vest using Cascade Yarns 220 Superwash and US7 needles. Also pictured is a lovely yarn bowl my daughter got me for my birthday.

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