Archive for October, 2009

Coaching videos for GTD Outlook Add-In users
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Coaching videos for GTD Outlook Add-In users

Meg Edwards, one of our senior coaches, created some fantastic coaching videos with the team at Netcentrics–makers of the Getting Things Done Outlook Add-In.  If you use this tool, you’ll find these to be a great series for learning to get the most out of this tool for your GTD system.  Even if you don’t […]

Is GTD too structured for creative people?
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Is GTD too structured for creative people?

Is GTD too structured for creative people? Will it work if you don’t like rigid schedules and plans?  Could an artist possibly “do” GTD. Coach Julie Ireland weighs in: I tend to rebel against too much structure/planning. At the same time I do need a certain amount of structure, otherwise my creative energy gets drained […]

A celebration of completion
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A celebration of completion

Today we started shipping the new GTD Workflow Map and Coaching DVD.  This new training product, as many of you know, has been a labor of love (and patience!) for us.  Our team is just ecstatic to have this in stock.  A surprisingly large, and gratifying, number of first orders are queued up and ready […]

David's coaching on dealing with change
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David's coaching on dealing with change

A GTD’er wrote to David Allen asking: I am part of the senior management in a company and am responsible for a particular department. With many changes happening in the company such as growth and expansion, in a very short span of time, things happen ad hoc and lot of time gets spent in miscellaneous […]

Join the GTD LinkedIn Group
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Join the GTD LinkedIn Group

For those of you on LinkedIn who want to connect with other GTD’ers, we now have an official GTD LinkedIn Network.