What is Your Next Business Development Action?

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If you haven’t read David Allen’s book: Getting Things Done, I recommend you read it. One of my former partners gave me the book in 2005 and I have probably given it to over 100 lawyers. It is also the most popular book on my reading list.

One thing you will learn reading the book is to create a “next action” list. Get some ideas from reading: How is a Next Action List Different from a To Do List? and reading: Why ‘What’s the Next Action’ is the Most Important Question

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