Prioritizing Tasks: The GTD System’s Top Methods

Prioritizing Tasks: The GTD System’s Top Methods

Are you looking for the best method for prioritizing tasks? Do you have a lot to do and are unsure about where to start? Prioritizing tasks can be difficult. You may decide to do things one way, and change your mind, or use a method that doesn’t work for you. Getting Things Done shows how prioritizing tasks can be broken down, so you can can get everything done in a stress-free and efficient way.

The Getting Things Done Method: 3 Skills You Need

The Getting Things Done Method: 3 Skills You Need

What is the Getting Things Done method? How can David Allen’s Getting Things Done methodology help you organize your life? The Getting Things Done (GTD) method is a system that allows you to optimize organization, and apply better planning skills. With the Getting Things Done method, you’ll be able to organize your tasks so you don’t get overwhelmed.

Newsome Park: A Thriving Community, a Segregated City

Newsome Park: A Thriving Community, a Segregated City

Where was Newsome Park, and who lived there? What were residents of Newsome Park Known for? Newsome Park was a community in Hampton Roads, Virginia, where many black NASA employees settled during World War II and the post-war period. In the middle of a segregated city, the residents of Newsome Park formed a tight-knit community, which is highlighted in the book Hidden Figures.

Heart Disease Prevention Diet: The Science-Backed Approach

Heart Disease Prevention Diet: The Science-Backed Approach

Heart disease has been the leading cause of death in the U.S. for almost 100 years, killing 40% of Americans and leading to 3,000 heart attacks in America every day. What are the best strategies for heart disease prevention? Research indicates that you can prevent heart disease by eating more plant-based foods and fewer animal foods. We’ll cover an impressive study of how to prevent heart disease and discuss why doctors don’t share this information.

Heart Disease Treatment: Diet is Better than Surgery

Heart Disease Treatment: Diet is Better than Surgery

Heart disease kills 40% of Americans. What are the best heart disease treatments? And is there an effective diet for heart disease management? Although we’ve made huge technological advances in heart disease treatment, the most effective cure might still be what’s on your plate. We’ll cover the research exploring heart disease treatments, discuss why surgery may not be the safest (or most effective) treatment option, and learn the elements of the recommended diet for heart disease treatment.