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Welcome to 1440 – my blog inspired from my dealings with David Allen’s Getting Things Done, the ground-breaking productivity methodology that has helped many individuals achieve great success at home and in their professional lives.

1440 is the number of minutes we have in each day, where we have an opportunity to achieve what we’ve set out to do. I don’t know about you, but I’ve found that there are many obstacles to accomplishing what we want to. Email, Phone Calls, Web Surfing, Office Interruptions…you name it. Today, there are countless things that divert our attention.

This is an ongoing game that we’re playing. Either master it and reach your potential, or live in a state of mediocrity. I plan on providing insight from my experiences (both struggles and successes) with doing the best I can each and everyday.

I leave you with a great quote by Winston Churchill:

“Success is going from failure to failure without losing enthusiasm.”

We will all encounter many failures along the way. The true test of a person is how you pick yourself back up and continue to reach for greatness.

I wish you well and look forward to interacting as we take this very exciting journey.


This Post Has 3 Comments

  1. i am sure what you say is true..i have been around for 62 years an have had my ups and downs..but i will continue to battle..until the end of the game and hope i can contribute to the life of another.

  2. Jon,

    1440! I love it. (BTW – that is a great name for the blog).

    I am excited to listen and participate in your community.

    (1440) + (GTD) + (Desire to make a difference) = A powerful force.

    All my best to you,


  3. Jon,

    Wow I thought Sane Murphy and I were the only GTD'ers at CCC. Great work on the blog so far and I am looking forward to the updates. When you get a chance take a look at It's great (albeit expensive) template for Lotus Notes that applies te GTD principles. David Allen uses this himself.

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