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  • Getting Things Done in Boston.... 2-day seminar

    http://www.davidco.com/seminar_detai...d=90&sem=1

    If you have not seen David live (or lately) treat yourself to two days of "Getting Things Done." Whether it's time to refine your current system, or to give it an overhaul based on new responsibilities, this seminar is sure to deliver. Here's an outline of the seminar.

    Managing Workflow, Projects & Priorities
    Boston, MA. October 27 & 28, 2004


    Location:
    The Charles Hotel
    One Bennett Street
    Harvard Square
    Cambridge, MA 02138
    617-864-1200

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    Do you have a quick moment...?

    Please cast your "vote" on the poll question...

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    • #3
      POLL

      Jason,

      It doesn't appear that the poll is accepting any additional votes as there were no voting buttons when I pulled up the listing.

      To provide you with some feedback - No I haven't attended a GTD seminar

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        Nevermind

        Disregard the above. Once I logged in, it appeared.

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        • #5
          I drool at the thought of being able to attend and participate in a DA seminar. Unfortunately, my budget won't allow it. LOL! I don't spend that much on vacations. But if my income were at that level, you bet I would be there! I have to content myself with the paper and audio books.

          What a blessing that David's books have been so clear that we can implement the teachings without having to attend a seminar!

          Carolyn

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          • #6
            Attending a seminar

            I recently attended a two day seminar in Seattle and must say that it was one of the best training opportunities I've participated in. It is well worth the money.

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