Archive for May, 2009

GTD & BlackBerry

GTD & BlackBerry

08/17/2010 – We now have a GTD & BlackBerry Setup Guide. Visit the David Allen Company store to get your copy. It’s loaded with tips, tricks and expert coaching advice of applying GTD to your BlackBerry. Wayne Pepper, one of the senior staff at David Allen Company, uses a BlackBerry device in his implementation of […]

The GTD Weekly Review

The GTD Weekly Review

The GTD Tweekly Review today was great fun for me and seemed like it worked well for those who followed.  I will do another one.  Don’t know when yet, but will be sure to post on GTD Times, GTD Connect and Twitter when I come up with a date and time.  And, please don’t wait […]

3 ways to Join the Tweekly Review!

3 ways to Join the Tweekly Review!

Follow the Twitterfountain: http://www.gtdtimes.com/gtd-tweekly-review-twitter-fountain/ Follow GTDCoachKelly: http://twitter.com/GTDCoachKelly Search on the hashtag: #Tweekly I’ll Tweet the 11 steps of the GTD Weekly Review, one every 5 minutes. – Kelly

Free David Allen Webinar on GTD & PersonalBrain

Free David Allen Webinar on GTD & PersonalBrain

David is doing a free webinar next week on GTD & PersonalBrain.  If you are not familiar with this creative tool, it’s great for making connections and linking knowledge. “Simply type in your ideas. Drag and drop files and web pages. Any idea can be linked to anything else. Using your digital Brain is like […]

Prep for the Worldwide GTD "Tweekly" Review

Prep for the Worldwide GTD "Tweekly" Review

The response to my blog post on the first Worldwide GTD “Tweekly” Review on Twitter has been amazing!  I’ll be leading whoever wants to join through the 11 steps of the GTD Weekly Review.  Some of you have asked me to change the time.  We’re going to keep it at the scheduled 10am California Pacific […]

GTD & OmniFocus

GTD & OmniFocus

By far, one of the most popular implementations of GTD on a Mac, is with OmniFocus. It does an elegant job of GTD project and action management on the Mac and iPhone.  There’s a great write up from the “Mac Samurai”about his journey with GTD & OmniFocus. We thought you might find this useful. (Yes, […]

Zen and the Art of Task-Management

Zen and the Art of Task-Management

A GTD Times community contribution by Paul Lavender The idea for writing this article came from the talk by Thay on the History of Engaged Buddhism in Mindfulness Bell No. 49. Specifically, when Thay talks about the future and mentions there will be courses held for businesspeople. I would like to share a practice that […]

How do you know if your projects list is complete?

How do you know if your projects list is complete?

GTD Secrets: True Confessions of a GTD Coach – Episode 3 Have you ever been stumped by the difference between a Project and an Area of Focus? In this great 5 minute podcast, David Allen Company senior coach Meg Edwards talks about the GTD best practices for creating a Projects list. She gives tips on: […]

Learn GTD in Denver

Learn GTD in Denver

Rachelle, director of public events for the David Allen Company, asked us to pass this along to the GTD Times readers: The GTD: Mastering Workflow seminar is coming to Denver, Colorado on Thursday, May 28th. As a special offer for GTD Times readers, take 10% off the registration fee with the code Rocky10. Whether you […]

Join the Worldwide GTD Weekly Review

Join the Worldwide GTD Weekly Review

David Allen has often said, “If you are not doing a Weekly Review, you are not doing GTD.”   Even though it’s the  “Critical Success Factor,” it seems to be one of those parts of GTD that can be harder to make a habit than others. Believe me, in all my years of doing GTD myself […]