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  1. Hey, nice way to do this, Melissa. I’m doing something similar in my blog pragmaticalternative, by posting each week in conjunction with each of the 52 Chapters of David Allen’s Ready For Anything, which help one establish the Getting Things Done practices he introduced in that book.

    I think it’s a great idea. It’s working for me vis-a-vis David Allen and Getting Things Done, and I’m sure this will work for you — and me and a bunch of others who’ve never formally put together a business plan.

    Meanwile, by incorporating Parker’s suggestions into your work, you’re teaching yourself in a very disciplined way as well as internalizing the lessons, and establishing yourself as someone who knows what she’s talking about.

    Right on.

    Comment by Jay | January 29, 2010 | Reply

    • Thanks Jay! Appreciate the feedback. I’ll have to check out your blog!

      Comment by mbreau | January 29, 2010 | Reply

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