Archive for the ‘Community Stories’ Category

Made an Impression with GTD

Made an Impression with GTD

“I have been using the GTD system for the lest 2 years and within 6 months of starting to use it I got an e-mail from my Managing Director asking what has changed in my life that has caused the obvious increase in my output – thanks for that.” -GTD Practitioner

GTD through a Life-Threatening Illness

GTD through a Life-Threatening Illness

When the unexpected occurs, your GTD system is there for you.  Here’s a note David received from a GTD Practitioner: “I want to say thanks for your work, and give you yet another testimonial that the GTD approach works, even for a beginner.  I’ve been working on GTD for a little less than a year […]

GTD Weekly Review is Better than a Spa Treatment

GTD Weekly Review is Better than a Spa Treatment

A fellow GTD Practitioner’s winning endorsement of the Weekly Review: “The weekly review is better than a spa treatment for relieving stress. Yesterday I stopped everything and decided to go through a really thorough review. In fact, it was really more like a “clean boot” of my entire system. Today, I still have a lot on […]

GTD Changed My Life

GTD Changed My Life

The note below came in to David recently, so we thought we’d share it with you! “I wanted to follow up and express a tremendous amount of gratitude for your contribution to the meeting last week. It was wonderful to be walked through the workflow diagram and have “it” all in one place. Having the […]

Part 3: Psychology of GTD

Part 3: Psychology of GTD

This series from the Workologist explains various connections between GTD and psychology.  Click here to read Part 3, which details the concept of flow. Missed Parts 1 and 2? Read Part 2 now! Read Part 1 now!

Part 2: Psychology of GTD

Part 2: Psychology of GTD

The second part of this series from the Workologist delving into why GTD works from a psychological perspective goes into the goal setting side of the GTD practice.  Read Part 2 now! Missed Part 1?  Read it here!

Part 1: Psychology of GTD

Part 1: Psychology of GTD

The Workologist blog focuses on various topics surrounding the study of work and improving the “how and why” of work. In a multi-part study, the workologist goes into aspects of psychology and its connection with GTD and why this practice works from the scientific perspective. Click here to read Part 1 of the series.       

The Entrepreneurs Library Podcast Interviews David Allen

The Entrepreneurs Library Podcast Interviews David Allen

For their podcast, The Entrepreneurs Library interviewed David Allen to provide “A Look Inside Getting Things Done.”  Whether you’re new to GTD or a long-time practitioner, this podcast offers some great insights!   Click here to listen to the interview!

Don’t Plan Your Life – Live It!

Don’t Plan Your Life – Live It!

Brainpickings.org posted this wonderful video, below, of Daniel Pink’s Commencement Address, which he gave to the Northwestern University Weinberg College graduating class of 2014.  As a GTD Influencer, Daniel’s message in this speech, to do less planning and more living, goes hand-in-hand with what we’re all about at GTD.  We practice GTD so that we can […]

The Legacy Project Talks with David Allen

The Legacy Project Talks with David Allen

The Legacy Project expresses their purpose as “an initiative that hopes to inspire you through providing you with unlimited access to extraordinary individuals, each of  whom have achieved Greatness in their own, unique and varying form.”  David Allen is one such extraordinary individual. They ask a very unique series of questions  —  Click here to […]