Posts Tagged ‘Community Contributions’
Becoming a powerhouse of productivity
Arthur wrote in to David to share how he’s become a “powerhouse of productivity.” We thought others would get value from his letter too: I have recently taken the terrifying step of transferring all of my CRM tasks, previously handled separately by Salesforce, in to my single GTD system. The results are… amazing! I had […]
Looking back over a year of doing GTD
A Community Contribution from Björn Ljunggren, a GTD Connect member from Sweden. He shared this in our members-only Forums and we thought it was such a great story that he gave us permission to share it with our GTD Times readers. My little GTD baby is celebrating its first birthday and it is time to […]
Making your GTD system work for you
The GTD system/process/approach should be in service to YOU and what works for YOU.
GTD for Kids: Inbox Processing
Processing an inbox with kids is vastly different from how we do it as adults.
Choosing Your Distractions
The more you discover what distracts you and what you can work with or around, the better equipped you’ll be to perform in different circumstances and environments.
Common misconceptions about GTD
What does David Allen say the most common misconceptions are about GTD? What did David want to be when he was growing up? Does Getting Things Done really save time versus just doing the work? Listen to this fun, informative podcast with GTD Times community contributor Mike Vardy and David Allen. (23 minutes) Listen to […]
A Trigger List for Moms and Dads
I’ve created a Mom-and-Dad-friendly “Trigger List” to help parents see what types of things they can organize with GTD.
It's All Work
Thinking of my jobs, plus my personal roles, plus my volunteer roles as part of the same big ball of “work” helps me achieve more than I’d ever thought possible. It’s all the same work. It’s all the same life.
A member shares about GTD Connect
We received this letter from Bruce, about his recent experience with GTD Connect: I joined GTD Connect a week or two ago, and I’m discovering that it is an excellent resource. The amount of content is awesome, and you have developed an active community. (Initially I thought: $48/month is a lot of money. Now I […]
Getting out of a chaotic state
A participant from a recent GTD public seminar shared what’s different in their life now. I was the guy on the back row when you asked ‘How do these unfinished things make you feel?’ replied with ‘a failure’. I’ve been using the concepts learned in class to process my work and personal email. (I use […]