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Episode #10 – Improving an Organization with GTD
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Episode #10 – Improving an Organization with GTD

In this podcast interview, you’ll hear Bob Hendriksen talking with Mike Williams. Bob is a plant manager for Steelcase, and a complete GTD enthusiast. He has a keen interest in improving systems, with an emphasis on ‘lean’ production. He discusses how lean improves flow to reduce waste, and points out that GTD is all about improving the mental flow. You’ll also hear how Bob applies GTD in his work and life.

When you start to make things happen…
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When you start to make things happen…

When you start to make things happen, you begin to believe that you can make things happen. And that makes things happen. –David Allen                                  

Episode #9 – GTD and Technology
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Episode #9 – GTD and Technology

What role does technology play in productivity? Since GTD is software-neutral, can technology help us be more productive? Join us for a conversation with Ken Case, CEO of the company that makes the popular OmniFocus software.

The essentials of GTD in 2 minutes, 22 seconds
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The essentials of GTD in 2 minutes, 22 seconds

Our friends over at Epipheo made a great video capturing the essentials of GTD. Well worth watching!

Episode #8 – Introducing GTD to a Friend
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Episode #8 – Introducing GTD to a Friend

David Allen Company President and CEO Mike Williams interviews Andy Armstrong, with a focus on what it’s like to introduce GTD to a friend. Years ago, Mike gave Andy a copy of Getting Things Done. They talk about how Andy’s GTD practice has developed, the value of the Mind Sweep and how he approaches the Weekly Review. Andy is a great example of stress-free productivity.

Moving from tree-hugging to forest management
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Moving from tree-hugging to forest management

Thanks to E. Jones for sharing his story below with us about his journey with GTD. David Allen has often said that learning GTD is like peeling an onion–the layers continue to unfold.  Here is E.’s story about how his knowledge, tools, and mastery of GTD has evolved: Hey GTD Crew, I’m an aspiring GTD practitioner – […]

New GTD Guide for Android now available
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New GTD Guide for Android now available

We’ve added a new option to our catalog of popular Setup Guides. Android users can now learn our GTD best practices for using Google Apps on their handheld. This Guide is packed with practical recommendations, loads of screen shots, tips, tricks, and options for getting the most out of GTD on the Android. It’s a great complement […]

New GTD public courses just added to our U.S. schedule
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New GTD public courses just added to our U.S. schedule

Our new Mastering Workflow Series courses are coming to Chicago on August 26 and Atlanta on Sept. 22.

Episode #7 – Guided GTD Weekly Review
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Episode #7 – Guided GTD Weekly Review

Ever wonder what it would be like to have a David Allen Company coach guide you through an entire GTD Weekly Review®? Now, in this interactive session, Senior GTD Coach Meg Edwards takes you through the entire process step by step. As you get clear, get current, and get creative, you’ll quickly see why the […]

Episode #6 – GTD and Creativity
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Episode #6 – GTD and Creativity

Can creative people practice GTD?  Isn’t all that structure restricting?  Find out as David Allen talks with Todd Henry, the author of The Accidental Creative and Die Empty.  Thousands of creatives have found that implementing GTD’s methodology actually provides more freedom to create. David has said that to be creative, you don’t need time, you […]