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Book Review: master Getting Things Done the David Allen Way with Evernote


Book Review: Master Getting Things Done the David Allen Way with Evernote: Your 7-Day GTD Immediate Action Plan [August 2013 Edition] by Dominic Wolff

This book is a good overview of using GTD on Evernote. If you haven't read GTD first, then the content may seem a bit thin. I suggest you read GTD first. 

The second half of the book is about Evernote. I thought the book was too short to be of any real use if you have already been in Evernote for very long. I borrowed the book on Amazon Kindle, so it didn't cost me anything. I wouldn't buy it. I don't think the content justifies the price.


http://amzn.com/B00CXTDQES

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