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Avoid that overwhelmed feelingby noting all incoming new tasks in just one place, rather than on stickies, scraps of paper and the backs of file folders. Use a notebook, one section in your day planner or a special file in your PDA.
—Adapted from Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity, David Allen, Penguin.
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