Archive for the ‘Productivity Tips’ Category
David Allen on the Dr. Oz Show
David was on the Dr. Oz show talking about GTD. Watch this 3 1/2 minute clip to see him answering audience questions about GTD, such as: “At the end of the day, and the things that I wasn’t able to get to, how do I not feel […]
The Freedom in Naming your “Stuff”
I have been reminded over and over again in working with executives over the years why so much of the GTD implementation process is empowering to so many people: when things we have allowed into our inner or outer world are appropriately and accurately identified for what they are and what they mean to […]
Healthy Email Habits from Entrepreneur
Using nutrition as a metaphor, this article from Entrepreneur offers some tips and tricks for getting “in” to zero, including some words of wisdom from our own David Allen. Click here to read the full article “Achieve a Leaner Inbox with these 3 Fit Tips.”
David Allen featured in The Entrepreneurs Library
The Entrepreneurs Library is a podcast, blog and community devoted to books that entrepreneurs would find useful, so it’s no wonder Getting Things Done is featured there. This blog post features “5 Lessons Entrepreneurs Can Learn from David Allen.” Enjoy the full post here!
WGNtv Interview with David Allen
David Allen clarifies a few GTD principles via Skype with WGN Chicago. Click here to watch this candid interview!
MacSparky Shares Mike Williams’ Home Screen
David Sparks, or MacSparky, of Mac Power Users features the home screen of GTD President and CEO Mike Williams in his regular Home Screen blog. Check out his iPhone layout, get a rundown of his favorite apps, and more! Click here to read the full article!
How to Beat Procrastination
Procrastination is an enemy of even the strongest GTD System. Check out this article from the Greenwich School of Management in London on one tactic to keep yourself honest! Read the full article here.
David Allen’s Food For Thought – March 2015
Who does your remembering, retrieving, and reminding? Your system has to be at least as good as your mind to give your head the freedom to be present, creative, and spontaneous. If your organization has leaks or incomplete processes and data, your mind will still be burdened with the task of remembering, retrieving, and reminding […]
GTD for Kids?
This is a great interview with a slightly different point of view than we’re used to hearing about GTD, featured on The Daily Saint, a productivity blog. David Allen discusses GTD with Techspiration, a podcast discussing technology, education and leadership, and imagines a world where GTD is implemented with students before high school. Now that would change the game!