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When you feel like you are losing control & lacking perspective

A Community Contribution from Augusto Pinaud, a GTD enthusiast and long-time GTD Connect member Take the free GTD-Q assessment at GTDIQ.com to see how you’re doing with control & perspective. As GTDers, the goal for many of us is to increase Control and improve Perspective.  That will bring you to the place that David Allen […]

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Options for GTDers & iPhone Tasks

One of the most common tools we get asked about is the iPhone–specifically, our recommendations for syncing Tasks to an iPhone. Here’s some helpful information around that: What does the David Allen Company recommend for implementing GTD® Task lists on the iPhone? The iPhone was not built with a Tasks application, so you will need […]

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Creating a network of GTD’ers in your organization

People ask us all the time how to get GTD to stick in their organization. Here’s a great testimonial for how to build a network of GTD’ers: David, Just a quick note to let you know my company is still employing GTD and getting better at it! We conversed a few years ago about a […]

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Ways to organize your workspace

This week, in our ongoing series giving you a look inside other people’s GTD setups, Andy Reed sent along some photos for our GTD Times readers. On his desk, Andy uses Inbox, Pending and Read/Review trays.

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Hacking Mail and iCal for GTD

Yes, we know it makes for a great debate, but GTD really is for men or women, PC or Mac, paper or digital.  It’s an approach that gets overlayed onto the tools that work for you.  Since so many GTD’ers are on a Mac, and we’re always looking to feature a wide-range of GTD’er styles, […]

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10 Ways to Get Started with GTD

In case this is useful for others out there, wondering where to start with GTD, here is a letter we received from a new GTD’er in Australia today. Sean writes, “I have just been recommended to use Omni [Focus] project management software to assist me in managing my ever complex working and private life.  I […]

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Determining Priority GTD Style

By Michael Gorsline OmniFocus is a GTD inspired productivity application for Mac. When I visit the OmniFocus discussion boards, at fairly regular intervals someone will ask, “But why can’t you Omni guys incorporate a way to assign priority to action items?” and an argument promptly ensues. GTD folks try to explain why that just doesn’t […]

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