An experiment by a 'GTD parent'

Date: Sunday, June 21, 2009 by GTD Times Staff

Mike Williams, speaker at the recent GTD Summit, and longtime friend of David Allen Company, sent us this story with us about his experience sharing GTD with his kids. We thought this was fitting to share on Father’s Day.

I am always running experiments with my kids (queue the evil scientist laugh!).  I would love to share these experiments or test new things (experiments, gear) to help start the GTD thinking at an earlier age.

Here is a recent post I wrote on one of my experiments.  It resonated with several GTD moms and dads at the GTD Summit.

I am also experimenting with home design, backpack gear, homework routines, school routines and home routines to build systems that enable the GTD systemic approach.

Read more about Mike’s experiment>>



4 Responses to “An experiment by a 'GTD parent'”

  1. Ron Lane says:

    Great blog and a great way to spend time with your kids.

  2. Eric Mack says:

    Reminds me of our GTD Breakfast club that we do from time to time with the kids… http://www.ericmackonline.com/ICA/blogs/emonline.nsf/dx/the-gtd-breakfast-club

  3. GTD Times Staff. I am honored that you selected this post for Father’s day. Thank you!

    To the GTD community… thank you for your kind comments. I appreciate your passion for GTD and helping children. I wish you continued success in your corner of the world.

    Mike

  4. Also, if you are interested in smaller conversations you can follow me on Twitter @ https://twitter.com/Mike_zonebyzone

    I liked David’s recent analogy that Twitter is like a cocktail party 🙂

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