Archive for September, 2010
New graduate-level GTD seminar
Opportunity for GTD seminar graduates—we have just launched GTD Managing Projects and Priorities, a course designed for graduates of the GTD Mastering Workflow seminar, to dive deeper into the GTD models for planning projects and managing priorities. Debuting in 2 cities this fall: Seattle – November 2 Los Angeles – November 9 Register before September […]
Defining your existence
GTD’s Horizons of Focus model defines purpose and fulfillment at the 50,000-foot level. There is an ongoing reassessment of how that translates into action on the runway.
What have you read? Take a quick poll
We’d love to know how many of you have read Getting Things Done, Ready For Anything or Making It All Work. [HTML1] (please vote and submit separately for each one) Looking to join a book club to discuss David Allen’s books? We have lively discussions about all three of these on GTD Connect, our online […]
How a senior executive transformed his systems
As many of you know, eProductivity (and the amazing ripple effect that also had on his direct reports.) [HTML1]
How to dig out from your backlog
Two of our Senior Coaches, Leslie Harradine and Kelly Forrister, are doing another one-hour Webinar on Digging Out From Backlog. It was such a popular Webinar the first time around (watch the archive on GTD Connect,) that it’s being offered again with more in-depth tips, tricks and strategies. Seems like backlog is a common challenge […]
How David Allen organizes his tasks
Q: How did you organize your tasks? Am I supposed to have a main Projects category and corresponding action tasks categorized @home, @work, etc? David Allen: Yes, my Next Action lists are To-Do categories in Lotus Notes. “Projects” is a category, just like the Action lists of “Calls” “At Computer” etc. They are simply flat […]
I thought we were "friends"
A little Twitter humor for your holiday weekend! Reposted here with permission from the talented cartoonist Rob Cottingham. Thanks Rob!
7 tips for dealing with email
A Community Contribution from Erik Hanberg Here’s how I deal with email and keep from getting too overloaded: I have one inbox. Everything goes to the same place (accounts either forward to Gmail or I’ve actually set Gmail up to reply from those accounts). I only check email when I can reply to it easily. […]
Kindle users highlight Getting Things Done
Getting Things Done is the 5th most highlighted book by Kindle users. Read what they are finding interesting.