Archive for February, 2010

Walk While You Work
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Walk While You Work

For those of you who get itchy sitting all day, have you considered walking while you work?  One of our clients shared how they stay on the move at their desk.  David posted a picture of it on Twitter yesterday.  Since then, some of you have been writing asking, “How can I get that??”  It’s […]

The Master Key to Clarity
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The Master Key to Clarity

The master key to clarity is maintaining a complete and current inventory of all your commitments and agreements with yourself. You need to capture, clarify, and organize them, so you can constantly review and reflect on the totality of your engagements with the world, so you can trust your choices about what you’re doing, moment […]

How to find the GTD Coordinator®
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How to find the GTD Coordinator®

The GTD Coordinator®–our GTD paper planner created with Mead and sold in many Staples stores–has been wildly popular. Which has been great for those who have been able to get their hands on one, and a challenge for those who are still trying to locate one.  Here’s the latest (updated 04/26/2010): New GTD Coordinators complete […]

Still procrastinating about a bunch of things on your action lists?
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Still procrastinating about a bunch of things on your action lists?

Still procrastinating about a bunch of things on your action lists? There’s your lists – not small sub-projects about your stuff. -David Allen

Tips for BlackBerry Users on Outlook
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Tips for BlackBerry Users on Outlook

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. A pretty common question we get from BlackBerry users is how to integrate Outlook Tasks with their BlackBerry. For […]

OneNote and ActiveWords — Ferrari Fast
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OneNote and ActiveWords — Ferrari Fast

A Community Contribution from Ryan Oakley Whether you’re a proficient OneNote user or just started using it after reading my GTD and OneNote article posted on GTD Times it doesn’t take long to populate the software with a tonne of pages and a tonne of information (yes, I am Canadian). First, some definitions: MS Office […]

Inbox Zero is Not a Myth
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Inbox Zero is Not a Myth

We are often asked, “Does GTD stick long-term?”  Here’s a great demonstration from GTD’er Steve Fogel: It is a great thing to have this as the standard and comfort zone.  I would say in the last six months, I’ve consistently been here. What’s cool about GTD, is when you get here, it’s the starting point […]

How to Light a Fire Under Someone’s Butt the Easy Way
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How to Light a Fire Under Someone’s Butt the Easy Way

A Community Contribution by Matt Handal As soon as I got myself in front of the steps leading down to my basement, I could see the black smoke billowing up to the first floor. I rushed into the basement to see where the fire was. There were no visible flames, but from the black smoke […]