Archive for August, 2008

Delegating The Desired Outcome
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Delegating The Desired Outcome

Maurice Gavin – former staff presenter with the David Allen Company During a recent seminar I delivered,  a  senior company leader asked the following question: How do you recommend I delegate? I have been asked this question before but lately it seems that this question, or one like it is being asked more and more […]

Quick Lotus Notes Tips for GTD
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Quick Lotus Notes Tips for GTD

Editor‘s Note:  Most of the people at The David Allen Company are on Lotus Notes.  As a result a considerable body of knowledge has been developed around using Notes for GTD.  When you see the Quick Lotus Notes for GTD headline or the Lotus Notes for GTD tag, you can be sure that you’re about […]

Office 2.0 GTD Panel
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Office 2.0 GTD Panel

Hi, everyone.  As you may know, David Allen will be delivering the keynote (along with Conference Director Ismael Ghalimi) at the upcoming Office 2.0 Conference which is taking place at the St. Regis Hotel in San Francisco from September 3rd through the 5th. In addition to David’s appearance, I will be moderating a panel discussion […]

Oliver's GTD Experience:  Coaching Has a Big Impact
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Oliver's GTD Experience: Coaching Has a Big Impact

As many of you know, I was not a GTD’er prior to accepting the position of Executive Editor here at GTDtimes.  I had read David’s book and my best friend was widely known in our technology community as a long time practitioner and unquestioned authority on GTD but I had remained unconvinced that I myself […]

Equation: Get Connected & Get Creative
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Equation: Get Connected & Get Creative

This is the final post from my e-mail that answers the question: “How to ramp up quickly with GTD and Lotus Notes?”  We’ve touched on the productivity equation and we’ve looked at how methodology is the first component of the equation. We also explored the technology or tools that can be used to implement GTD […]

This is Your Elephant on GTD. Any Questions?
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This is Your Elephant on GTD. Any Questions?

A Community Contribution by Michael Gorsline As you know, in implementing GTD a fair number of people are going to fall off the wagon before they experience the sustained payoffs of effortless productivity. What separates those who fizzle out from those who go the distance? From a cognitive science perspective, the answer is pretty straight […]

GTD for moms
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GTD for moms

A Community Contribution by Sarah Albright I began my GTD journey in 2005 when I took a 2 day version of the class at work. I loved the concepts, but at 27, I still placed a lot of trust in my memory. Then I got pregnant. Now that a massive hormonal shift has occurred and […]