Archive for April, 2010

The Psychology of OmniFocus
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The Psychology of OmniFocus

Ryan Norbauer wrote an interesting article on what he calls, “The Psychology of OmniFocus: How to Wrap your Head Around the Finest (and Most Perplexing) GTD App on the Market.” We know many of you are OmniFocus fans out there (we are too) and I thought this was an interesting read. I particularly liked: “If […]

Is there a Myers-Briggs connection to GTD?
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Is there a Myers-Briggs connection to GTD?

This is a Community Contribution from Don Khouri, based on his personal experience with GTD and personality assessment tools. You may wonder how your personality supports your ability to get things done. In this article, I will elaborate on various preferences and the connection to Getting Things Done® (GTD®). This is a follow-up to my […]

Road to Black Belt Webinar Series
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Road to Black Belt Webinar Series

Two of our senior coaches, Meg Edwards & Kelly Forrister, are doing a 3-part Webinar series for GTD Connect members. It will help those of you who are teetering from newbie to black belt–you know the basics, but are ready for a deeper cut with GTD to really make it stick (and actually get that […]

GTD Starter Kit + Free GTD Folders
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GTD Starter Kit + Free GTD Folders

There’s still time to get a FREE set of the GTD System File Folders (an $18.95 value) if you order the GTD System Starter Kit by May 1st. Aligned to the principles of GTD, six of these folders are imprinted with the essential categories: 1. In 2. To Home 3. To Office 4. Read/Review 5. […]

Free GTD & Lotus Notes Webinar with David Allen
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Free GTD & Lotus Notes Webinar with David Allen

For GTDers on Lotus Notes, tomorrow is a rare opportunity to attend a free Webinar with David Allen.  ICA, developers of the eProductivity tool David uses to manage his workflow in Lotus Notes, is hosting a Webinar that is free and open to the public.  Wednesday, April 28th @ 10am PT. Register now>>>

You can't fool your mind
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You can't fool your mind

You can’t fool your mind.  It’s an expert on your current personal management system, and it knows whether you can be trusted to look at what you need to at the appropriate time.  It knows if you’ve decided what the next action should be. And it knows if there is a reminder of that action […]

How important are the tools you use with GTD?
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How important are the tools you use with GTD?

For those of you who are still grappling with questions about the tools you use for GTD, check out this 2 minute video from David Allen: [HTML1] For more GTD videos, check out GTD Connect, our online learning center. You’ll find nearly 100 Videos on GTD Connect, from “2 Minutes with David Allen” clips to […]

When you feel like you are losing control & lacking perspective
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When you feel like you are losing control & lacking perspective

A Community Contribution from Augusto Pinaud, a GTD enthusiast and long-time GTD Connect member Take the free GTD-Q assessment at GTDIQ.com to see how you’re doing with control & perspective. As GTDers, the goal for many of us is to increase Control and improve Perspective.  That will bring you to the place that David Allen […]

The essential GTD skills for a CEO
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The essential GTD skills for a CEO

David Allen on CEO skills

GTD & iPad
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GTD & iPad

A Community Contribution from Brian Isikoff, sharing how he manages GTD lists on his new iPad I’m a four+ year adoptee of GTD, an IT Procurement professional since 1992, podcast producer, writer, and all around nice guy. Lastly, I’m the owner of a sparkly new iPad. That iPad has quickly become the center of my […]