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One of "Get It Done" guide David Allen's most profound observations is that we don't work on projects; projects are the result of what we work on. He urges us to focus on the "next actions" that will produce completion of our projects. I have plenty of "next actions" today. Fortunately, a few of them involve coffee.
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