Archive for March, 2008

P-R-O-C-R-A-S-T-I-N-A-T-I-O-N… procrastination… pro-kras-tin-a-shun
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P-R-O-C-R-A-S-T-I-N-A-T-I-O-N… procrastination… pro-kras-tin-a-shun

We all do it. (occasionally) Johnny Kelly finally explains it with this wonderful brilliant film.

Extreme Productivity Seminar in Palo Alto Tomorrow
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Extreme Productivity Seminar in Palo Alto Tomorrow

Friend of David and GTD Times, Ismael Ghalimi is putting on what I’m anticipating will be a very intensive and highly educational seminar tomorrow at the Four Seasons Hotel in Palo Alto – The Extreme Productivity Seminar.  There are apparently a couple of tickets still available so if you’re in the area and would like […]

GTD for Startups
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GTD for Startups

Scott McDaniel and Derek Scruggs from SurveyGizmo discuss the Core Conversation – GTD for Startups: Getting Things Done in the Real World they led at the recent South by Southwest Interactive Festival in Austin, Texas. They discuss how they use GTD in the fast paced environment of a startup. Scruggs has a handy tip he […]

Natural Born GTDers and their habits: are you one of the few?
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Natural Born GTDers and their habits: are you one of the few?

A Community Contribution by Michael Sliwinski Over the years that I’ve been learning and mastering GTD I’ve stumbled across many great individuals who taught me a lot about how to implement GTD in my personal and business life. Some of them have been exposed to GTD since the day the book was published and have […]

Microsoft Gives the World a Telescope
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Microsoft Gives the World a Telescope

In all of our efforts to be more productive and accomplish more each day, it is sometimes easy to completely forget about why we want to do more or do the same but more efficiently – sometimes it seems, it is all to easy to walk outside on a beautiful, starlit night, and be so […]

Stop wasting money and paper
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Stop wasting money and paper

During my commute to the office this morning I sat next to a very executive lady. She was flipping through at least 200 hundred freshly printed pages of paper. From the looks of it, minutes, memos and other valuable material for an upcoming meeting. From the expression on her face I got the impression that […]

GTD Video on Filing
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GTD Video on Filing

Heathervescent is “The Purple Tornado.”  A GTD Fanatic and a Marketing Genius, we came across her original video and said; “We’ve got to make sure her stuff gets shared with the community! It’s Great!” Check out her latest effort, here: [youtube:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1GkFTsQjvSc&autoplay=0 375 290]

Getting Email Under Control
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Getting Email Under Control

Getting Your Email Under Control by David Allen Managing the flood of email messages that most of us need to interact with on a daily basis is a growing challenge. No one’s volume is diminishing. That “beast is out of the barn,” and we’re not going to be able to shove it back in! So, […]

No system is still work
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No system is still work

One of the perplexing things I run across in presenting GTD classes is people who want to defend their lack of system as taking less time and effort than the “work” it would take to maintain a system (GTD or otherwise). There are books out now about how organizing is a waste of time because […]

Oliver's GTD Experience
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Oliver's GTD Experience

For a long time I resisted trying out David Allen’s “Getting Things Done” approach to productivity. Sure, I recognized how efficient its practitioners were. After all my best friend was Marc Orchant – an acknowledged expert in the practice of Getting Things Done so I saw first hand on a daily basis just how productive […]