Interview with David Allen on

Posted on Feb 10, 2007 in Getting Things Done by
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Via just found out that David Allen, the creator of Getting Things Done, is featured on page today. The first thing that captured my attention was this little sentence on the introduction:

• Allen calls the book “advanced common sense”

Wow, that’s exactly how I imagined David Allen will speak about his book. Also, after listening to the series of podcasts he had with Merlin Mann at, I can tell you that David Allen shurely is speaking like in this interview, with modesty and common sense.

The interview also features some short tidbits from Ethan Schoonover, the creator of kinklessGTD, a popular GTD application, and from Frank Meeuwsen from

The hard core of the positive front created by the GTD followers was, and still remains, the blogosphere. But I am always glad to see that traditional media embraces new, and positive trends. Good work!

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