Archive for December, 2011

Year End Review of the GTD Best Practices Series
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Year End Review of the GTD Best Practices Series

A great way to kick off the New Year is with a review of GTD’s five phases of Mastering Workflow: Collect Process Organize Review Do For each area, ask yourself: What’s working well for me in this area now? What would I like to improve upon in the coming year in each of these areas? […]

What GTD-related behaviors changed for you in 2011?
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What GTD-related behaviors changed for you in 2011?

There is a plethora of discussion about the tools people use for GTD, but what were your wins around changing your productive behaviors and habits in 2011? What are you doing better than in previous years? What’s more habitual for you? What’s easier for you now with the GTD you come from when you first […]

The way out is through
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The way out is through

Defining what you are not doing is as important as knowing what you are doing for stress-free productivity.

David Allen’s advice on making GTD simpler to adopt
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David Allen’s advice on making GTD simpler to adopt

David Allen’s advice on making GTD simpler to adopt

GTD Best Practices: Doing (Part 5 of 5)
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GTD Best Practices: Doing (Part 5 of 5)

An easy way for me to explain the “Doing” phase of GTD is to simply say “trust your gut/butt/intuition/hunch/heart.” There is gold in that, and ultimately that’s what it will come down to. But how do you even get to the point of trusting whatever part of you makes a trusted decision? Here’s where the […]

GTD with Kids and Teens
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GTD with Kids and Teens

Join David Allen Company CEO and GTD expert Mike Williams and Senior Coach Meg Edwards as they discuss some fun and engaging ways to share GTD with kids and teens.