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  • GTD Fast CDs

    I am located in Brisbane Australia; if you are interested in this cd set please send me an email. This set has been fantastic in my quest for black belt status.
    I can send them anywhere.

  • #2
    I'm new here, so please forgive my ignorance. What purpose do your CDs serve?

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    • #3
      Getting Things Done.....Fast is/was a CD compliation offered from Davidco that was basically a recording of David's two day seminar. It contains a lot of information that simply isn't found in the book, and is an amazing resource.

      For a variety of reasons (and that's about as detailed as we get), the product is no longer offered.

      But, I will agree that those half-dozen cds or so are some of the best GTD material out there- short of attending an actual seminar.

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      • #4
        GTD Fast CDs

        Hi Folks- the CD set is soon to embark on a journey from Brisbane to Delaware.

        Cheers!

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        • #5
          I don't have ADD, nor am I a nincompoop, but I'm no corporate samurai, either. As a result, I'm having a bit of difficulty slogging my way through all the corporate-speak in the book, and my attention is wandering. I'm just an IT guy, and I've been reading the buzz about this book for well over a year now. I'm trying it, but the book is definitely trying me.

          I just really, desperately, need a simplified explanation of the mechanics of GTD. Would these CDs help with that, or would it be an extension of the book?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Hazelip
            I don't have ADD, nor am I a nincompoop, but I'm no corporate samurai, either. As a result, I'm having a bit of difficulty slogging my way through all the corporate-speak in the book, and my attention is wandering. I'm just an IT guy, and I've been reading the buzz about this book for well over a year now. I'm trying it, but the book is definitely trying me.

            I just really, desperately, need a simplified explanation of the mechanics of GTD. Would these CDs help with that, or would it be an extension of the book?
            I have the GTD Fast in tape form, not CD, so I haven't listened to it for a long time. But I never could use GTD Fast to learn the system; it was more for little tips and motivation. You need to read the book and review parts of it again and again. That was my experience anyway.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Hazelip
              I don't have ADD, nor am I a nincompoop, but I'm no corporate samurai, either. As a result, I'm having a bit of difficulty slogging my way through all the corporate-speak in the book, and my attention is wandering. I'm just an IT guy, and I've been reading the buzz about this book for well over a year now. I'm trying it, but the book is definitely trying me.

              I just really, desperately, need a simplified explanation of the mechanics of GTD. Would these CDs help with that, or would it be an extension of the book?

              Try my write up at http://www.blackbeltproductivity.net/blog/gtd-primer/. This is a blog that a buddy and me started and it has gotten a lot of good things said about it. I am also an IT Guy, so if you ever have any problems, please do not hesitate to drop me a line.

              Michael

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              • #8
                The GTD Fast CDs have finished their trip from Queensland to Delaware (and boy, are their arms tired! ) Brian, thank you so much for your generosity! I'm looking forward to delving into them.

                - Jeff

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                • #9
                  I want GTD Fast CD as well. Any chance to get them in Moscow, Russia?

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