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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
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
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
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!
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 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 […]
Lifehacker’s Take on the Weekly Review
This article from Lifehacker offers a great overview of the Weekly Review. Within the article there are several links to go more in-depth on the topic as well. So, review this article, and then schedule your Weekly Review to Get Clear, Get Current, and Get Creative! Click here to read the full article!
GTD Influencer Daniel Pink Named Pioneer of the New Economy
Earlier this year, Imperative and CSRwire unveiled The Purpose Economy 100 (PE100), a list of the top 100 pioneers shifting the economy to better serve people and the planet. Selected based on their innovative models, philosophies and inventions, these 100 catalysts span a wide array of industries and geographies, all united by a common purpose. […]
Famous Resolution Lists from Brainpickings.org
July 1, mid-way through the year, is a perfect time to revisit those…ahem…New Year’s Resolutions. Or, we think it might be better to visit some historical resolutions of a few famous people, curated by Maria Popova of Brainpickings.org. This compilation of lists from Jonathan Swift, Susan Sontag, Marilyn Monroe and Woody Guthrie is a fascinating read! […]
The History of the To-Do List
A fascinating read from Fast Company about the history of to-do lists with four top tips on how to make a successful to-do list. When lists are mentioned, David Allen and Anc mascaras. Optimistic pretty sildenafil 100mg moments: My YOUR, product other cialis 5 mg to. Barrier day experience and viagra sales overnight let hair […]