Busy 2 Done is something I’ve been mulling over for the last couple of years. That doesn’t mean I’ve been prepping for this for that long, just that I’ve been giving it some thought. I’m a recovering(ish) procrastinator: we like to think about a lot of things.
We’re not so good with the doing of the things.
I had trouble with getting things done until somehow (and no, there’s no epiphany here) I came across David Allen’s Getting Things Done (GTD) system. After about a year and a half of puttering around with that and ending up with way too many folders and categories and next lists, things kind of clicked into place. And I started seeing how simple it could be to get from busy to done.
I said “simple,” not “easy.” Those are two very different things. Because if it were easy we’d all be doing it, right?
I’m not here to tell you that I’ve figured out how to get all the important stuff done.
Or that I never procrastinate.
Or that I don’t still burn some wasted hours every week.
Because I’m still human and will still fall all over myself on a pretty regular basis.
What I am here to do? Is help you get to the important stuff.
To figure out what you want to be doing with your day, your week, your month, and beyond.
What answers I’ve got are yours, and I know I’m going to learn a lot from you, too.
If you like reading about how to be more effective every day? Stick around.
If you’d like to know more about what B2D does and how to take it to the next level?
Then let me ask you this: are you ready to go from being a doer to being a doneist?
A “doneist” is:
- A word I made up
- Someone who’s getting from busy to done
Because at the end, what’s more important: what you have to do? Or what you got done?
If you’re ready to be a doneist, join the Doneist mailing list.
It’s where we start moving you from being busy to getting done.
Which means joining a community of like-minded people who think there’s more to life than being busy.
It also means individual coaching and support as you work on getting from busy to done.
And it means getting free stuff and discounts on ebooks, printed books, courses, and webinars.
Get in on the ground floor, because cool stuff is coming.
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