I remember when I first discovered David Allen’s book Getting Things Done.
I was holding down a challenging corporate job and working on a side hustle.
I had a toddler at home and a mountain of stress at work. I was managing a team of writers (this is an oxymoron) and juggling complicated deliverables for customers, coworkers, and executives.
And all of those wonderful productivity routines seemed like they were going to make my life simple and stress-free.