Archive for May, 2010

David Allen @ ASTD
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David Allen @ ASTD

For those of you going to the ASTD conference in Chicago next week, there’s a discussion with David Allen on Tuesday, May 18th @ 10am in the ballroom.  Topic is “How Leaders Can Get More Done.”

Doing GTD Weekly Reviews on the iPad
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Doing GTD Weekly Reviews on the iPad

Community Contribution from Jason Verly On April 3, 2010, Apple released the iPad to the world.  A day later I completely changed how I do my weekly reviews.  Like most avid GTD’ers, I kept my weekly review to be a sacred and solemn time.  I normally did my reviews on Sunday evening in my home […]

Viewing eProductivity for Lotus Notes tasks with iPhone or Android
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Viewing eProductivity for Lotus Notes tasks with iPhone or Android

For those of you using eProductivity for Lotus Notes, and are looking to view your tasks on iPhone or BlackBerry, Mark Hughes has created a solution for that. Learn more…

Tickler Lite?
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Tickler Lite?

The business type paperwork myself.

GTD for Moms
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GTD for Moms

Community Contribution from April Perry Mothers need Getting Things Done as much as (or more than!) any other group. Why? Let me show you a glimpse into my life “pre-GTD.” My 7-year-old son, Ethan: Mom, want to see this cool toy lizard I got as a prize today? Me: Yep. Ooh. That’s neat. (Then in […]

David Allen on procrastination, Twitter, what’s important to him and more…
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David Allen on procrastination, Twitter, what’s important to him and more…

Ruud Hein did an interesting and educational interview with David Allen. It’s a quick read. Here’s an excerpt:

The trick for finding the GTD Coordinator paper planner
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The trick for finding the GTD Coordinator paper planner

Many of you have been searching for the GTD Coordinator® paper planner. Created in partnership with Mead, this paper planner is designed GTD-style. It quickly sold out in the DavidCo store (except for blank refill packs), but you can still find the full 2010 GTD Coordinator in many Staples retail stores throughout the U.S. Here’s […]

David Allen on what contributes to success
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David Allen on what contributes to success

For the most part, people who master the ability to stay clear and focus 100% on what most calls their attention, seem to be involved in what appears the most sustainable, long-term life- and career styles that reflect successful accomplishment.  -David Allen

A Reverend shares how he implemented GTD
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A Reverend shares how he implemented GTD

Rev. Chip Granthan sent this letter along to the facilitator who led the GTD Public Seminar he attended in Atlanta. Chip was happy to have this shared with our GTD Times readers too. I’d been trying to find the tool to bring clarity to my situation and had stumbled upon the GTD Coordinator® that Staples […]