Archive for November, 2010
What Tim gets out of GTD Connect
By now, many of you have heard of GTD Connect–our online learning center. We wanted to share a great video from one of our members about what he gets out of his Connect membership. Here’s what Tim, a pastor, had to say: GTD Connect is $480 a year (one year commitment) or $48 a month […]
GTD Nuggets – Getting to the not-so-critical stuff
Every once in a while, schedule a day for the not-so-critical stuff. Otherwise the got-to’s can eat up your whole life, and the secondary things then become annoying got-to’s later on, or just create a frustration factor that mounts up. – David Allen
A Trigger List for Moms and Dads
I’ve created a Mom-and-Dad-friendly “Trigger List” to help parents see what types of things they can organize with GTD.
First customer review of the new GTD Managing Projects set
The first customer review of the new GTD Managing Projects audio set has come in and we wanted to share some highlights: In a nutshell, I am very excited to report this audio program is EXCELLENT! Imagine sitting in the room with David, Marian and Meg and, basically, they are discussing all of the best […]
Remind Me — What Bucket Does This Belong In?
Cartoonist Rob Cottingham illustrates that defining your work isn’t always easy when you’re caught in its tentacles.
Handling "emergencies" with GTD
Dear David Allen: When you have a system and you have focus appropriately. Probably 95% of my usage of my own system is to allow me to feel comfortable with a change of plans. You want to keep your backlog of unprocessed stuff at a minimum, and an inventory of all possible actions close at […]
The new "GTD Managing Projects" set is now available!
We’re excited to announce that our new 6-CD audio set on the GTD best practices for managing your projects is now available in the David Allen Company store. We’ve compiled all of the GTD best practices and common questions. It’s a great way to get control of your projects and manage them seamlessly–the GTD […]
GTD Nuggets – Getting your email to zero
Scanning an email and leaving it in “In” because it’s not as important as other emails at the moment creates double reading, double thinking, and double decision-making (not to mention the nagging it creates in the psyche in the meantime.) – David Allen
When do you call something a project?
Here’s a sneak peak at our new GTD® Managing Projects Audio Set releasing soon. This new set includes 6 CDs chock full of a tips, tricks and education on the GTD models for seamlessly managing your projects. You’ll hear from David Allen and two senior coaches on the best practices and common questions people implementing […]
Eric Mack’s Productivity Presentation in Washington, DC
Eric Mack will discuss productivity with the DC Lotus User Group next Wednesday, November 17th.