Archive for December, 2010
Have you taken the GTD-Q Assessment?
With the start of the New Year, this would be a great time to take the GTD-Q assessment. This free online assessment measures what Getting Things Done gives you: better control and greater perspective. It’s not one of those one-time tests that will never change (which will be good news for those of you who […]
Start your new year with GTD
Here is how our 2011 GTD® Mastering Workflow public seminar schedule is lining up so far: Atlanta – Jan 25, 2011 St. Louis – Jan 27, 2011 Chicago – Feb 22, 2011 Seattle – Feb 24, 2011 London – Mar 3, 2011 Washington DC – Mar 11, 2011 Los Angeles – Mar 15, 2011 Washington […]
GTD Nuggets – Success doesn't come from getting organized
Success doesn’t come from getting organized—it comes from following your heart. Or your intuition. Or the seat of your pants. Or your gut. (Pick the words you like or that you’re not allergic to.) -David Allen
Happy holidays from the gang at DavidCo
We wish you all a happy, healthy, and peaceful holiday season! The Gang at David Allen Company
Our next webinar on GTD Connect will come at a perfect time for many of you after the holidays. Two of our senior coaches are hosting a “Jumpstart GTD” webinar to give you tips, tricks and strategies to get your GTD systems in top shape for 2011. Join us on Friday, January 14th from 10am-11am […]
My First GTD Christmas
This year, I decided to plan out my Christmas festivities using GTD.
GTD Nuggets — Deciding What You Are Not Going To Do
Deciding that you’re not going to do something is a subtle and critical component of Getting Things Done and is one of the most challenging aspects of self-management.
How to Spend an Extra Hour
Sometimes your highest priority is to get some of your lower priority stuff done, especially when that adds to your quality of life.
Folded Workflow Map is an Ideal Gift
The GTD Workflow Map is now available in a small folded version.
David Allen talks about avoiding burnout
MSNBC featured David Allen on their Daily Rundown show this week talking about productivity, Getting Things Done®, and avoiding burnout. Here’s the 5 minute video with David from the broadcast: [HTML1] (The video is streaming from MSNBC, so you may need to give it a moment to load.)