Freelance feature article: What’s Wrong with GTD?


Time management book “Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity” has topped international business book bestseller lists for eight years. Written by mild-mannered time-management superman David Allen, a Californian management consultant, the book outlines a time-management system for the information age which solves a problem most time-stretched workers didn’t know they had: clearing the clutter of unfinished tasks littering their brain-space , by collecting and processing every task, every piece of information, every promise – then managing them through a process of regular reviews.

This story was one of the first to kick off the Whakate online management journal, now a well-respected international business publication.

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Freelance feature article: Time management tips

Time management technology article

Time management technology article

If your inbox is bulging at the seams and you don’t have a minute to yourself –  maybe it’s time to choose from the many organising tools available on the web.

This is a feature article written for the technology section of The Age and the Sydney Morning Herald in 2007.  In it, time management experts explain some of the tips and tricks they teach and links to useful sites are included.  See the full story here

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