In episode 2 of The Amiel Show, Michael Dolan of Truly Productive Leadership and I speak about:
- How Michael learned the Getting Things Done (GTD) approach
- The biggest barriers he sees to relaxed productivity
- The importance of managing agreements with yourself
- Why it is important to collect all of the stuff swimming around in your psyche and place it in a trusted system, a process that he compares to popping popcorn
- The tremendous relief people experience after doing this
- The value of understanding yourself better as a person so that, in addition to being productive, you also feel a deep sense of meaning
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