Archive for October, 2008
GTD balancing act in three steps: The weekly review with kids
“Work and play are words used for the same thing under differing conditions” —Mark Twain All good things come in three’s—just like the steps of the weekly review: Get Clear Get Current Get Creative Getting work done First get clear. Collect everything in one place—the loose bits of paper, assignments, toys, (school) books and randomly […]
Don't Miss Out: Free Executive WorkFlow Coaching Contest Entry Deadline Ends Soon!
In case you live under a rock and only check your email and RSS feeds every other week you might not have heard about the contest we’re having for a free day of Executive Workflow Coaching courtesy of the David Allen Company and GTDtimes. This is your chance to have one of David’s personally certified […]
GTD Times Mentioned by James Fallows in the Atlantic
Friend of David Allen and the David Allen Company, James Fallows was kind enough to give GTDtimes a very favorable mention in the Atlantic, one of the most lauded and influential publications in the country. James, that’s high praise and a very generous compliment especially coming from a nationally recognized journalist like yourself.
GTDTimes Announces the Biggest GTD Contest Ever: Win a Full Day Executive Workflow Coaching from the David Allen Company!
Yes! You heard it correctly. One lucky person is going to win a full day of Workflow Coaching with one of David Allen’s executive coaches. This is the same coaching that the David Allen Company provides to executives in some of the world’s most progressive organizations… Now – courtesy of GTDtimes – one lucky person […]
Vakil Housing makes GTD history in India
On the 30th of August 2008, 2 unassuming looking Indians made GTD history in Bangalore by giving the first GTD Presentation in India by Indians! It all started out when Leslie Harradine (a David Allen Company Trainer) flew down to Bangalore, India to train our people in Vakil Housing in GTD. We realized to sustain […]