GTDTimes Announces the Biggest GTD Contest Ever: Win a Full Day Executive Workflow Coaching from the David Allen Company!

Date: Friday, October 17, 2008 by GTD Times Staff

workflow-coaching-testimonial.jpgYes!  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 is going to cash in big and get this life changing experience absolutely free.  This prize includes the complete cost (travel, etc.) for the executive coach to come to your office  and spend a full day with you to fine tune your  GTD System, work through your current projects list, capture your commitments, blaze through piles of stuff that have been there for way too long and generally help you  to become a lean, mean, productive machine.

So if you’re the sort of person that thinks that a day with a world class GTD professional would do you some good here’s what you have to do to enter:

  1. Click on this link:  <GTD Executive Workflow Contest>
  2. Fill out the questionnaire (it’s short and painless, we promise)
  3. Explain in fifty words or less why you think a day of workflow coaching would change your life or send in a picture of your office with a caption that sums it up (please email your image and caption to    editor at GTDtimes dot com)
  4. Wait patiently to be notified who got the big win

That’s it.  Nothing to mail. No purchase necessary either.  The team at GTDtimes and the David Allen Company will select the winner from all entries within one  week of the close of the contest. *

In addition to the Grand Prize there will also be a number of “runner up” prizes awarded to a few lucky people chosen at random.

Be sure to get your entries in by October 24th, 2008  so that you don’t miss your chance to win big.  Finally, be sure to subscribe to GTDtimes via RSS or email so that you don’t miss out on other contests or special events in the near future.

If you enjoy this publication, please help spread the word.  Would someone you know appreciate the information and advice that you get from GTDtimes?  Don’t keep us a secret!

*Please note the decision of the team at GTDtimes and the David Allen Company are final.  Employees of the David Allen Company and GTDtimes as well as their families are not eligible for this contest. For this contest you must live in the United States to be eligible. Winners will be  announced on GTDtimes and the individual winners will also be notified by email and will have 48 hours in which to respond to claim the day of coaching. If the prize is not claimed within the 48 hour period, the offer will be rescinded and another winner will be declared. The coaching day must be completed by December 31, 2008. This coaching day has no cash value and may not be transferred, sold or otherwise assigned.

5 Responses to “GTDTimes Announces the Biggest GTD Contest Ever: Win a Full Day Executive Workflow Coaching from the David Allen Company!”

  1. I wonder why you’ve misspelled David’s name?

  2. Barbara Younginer says:

    Oliver, your Survey Monkey link just isn’t working. It allows me to enter all of the fields, then gives me an error message. Try again?

  3. owstarr says:

    Hi folks. Obviously this was a typo that has been fixed. Thanks for calling it to my attention.


  4. Paul says:

    “For this contest you must live in the United States to be eligible”

    Shame, thy name is GTD Times.

    Us Scots are avid deciples of GTD too, you know.

    “Disappointed of Glagow”

    aka, Paul

  5. owstarr says:

    Paul, We know that there’s a strong contingent of GTD practitioners across the pond. In fact this coming year we’re even planning on having a number of GTD Workflow Seminars in Europe.

    The issue with this particular contest is that we do not currently have any certified executive workflow coaches on your continent and the cost to fly a coach over there and cover all the other expenses for a single day’s worth of coaching makes it a prohibitively expensive thing to do.

    Don’t despair though. I’m sure that once we develop some coaches in your part of the world we can make up for this contest with one for which folks stateside are ineligible. Fair enough?


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