Posts Tagged ‘Community Contributions’

Things and OmniFocus for GTD
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Things and OmniFocus for GTD

A Community Contribution from Jason Verly For anyone who uses a Mac and utilizes the GTD method, you may eventually look into what software you can use to help manage your project and next action lists. Currently you.

Weekly Review Encouragement
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Weekly Review Encouragement

Longtime GTDer Jacki shared this on our GTD Facebook Fan Page about her experience with the GTD Weekly Review: For the longest time I avoided the Weekly Review and just moved from day to day reacting to what came up – in other words, I had not implemented the most effective part of GTD. Then […]

A recent grad discovers GTD
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A recent grad discovers GTD

A Community Contribution from Pam, who wrote to David with her story Since the moment that I graduated from college about a year ago, I have been dealing with a copious amount of change, some good, some bad but mostly I was dealing with a deep lack of direction. I finally determined that a lot […]

How a martial artist gets things done
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How a martial artist gets things done

GTD showed me how to bring balance back into my busy personal and professional schedule.  More specifically, I was able to customize the GTD workflow process to handle the crush of Emails I get from prospective students who want to join my martial arts studio.  Furthermore, I also customized the GTD Outlook 2007 “Waiting For” […]

GTD for Moms
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GTD for Moms

Community Contribution from April Perry Mothers need Getting Things Done as much as (or more than!) any other group. Why? Let me show you a glimpse into my life “pre-GTD.” My 7-year-old son, Ethan: Mom, want to see this cool toy lizard I got as a prize today? Me: Yep. Ooh. That’s neat. (Then in […]

A Reverend shares how he implemented GTD
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A Reverend shares how he implemented GTD

Rev. Chip Granthan sent this letter along to the facilitator who led the GTD Public Seminar he attended in Atlanta. Chip was happy to have this shared with our GTD Times readers too. I’d been trying to find the tool to bring clarity to my situation and had stumbled upon the GTD Coordinator® that Staples […]

Is there a Myers-Briggs connection to GTD?
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Is there a Myers-Briggs connection to GTD?

This is a Community Contribution from Don Khouri, based on his personal experience with GTD and personality assessment tools. You may wonder how your personality supports your ability to get things done. In this article, I will elaborate on various preferences and the connection to Getting Things Done® (GTD®). This is a follow-up to my […]

When you feel like you are losing control & lacking perspective
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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 […]

GTD & iPad
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GTD & iPad

A Community Contribution from Brian Isikoff, sharing how he manages GTD lists on his new iPad I’m a four+ year adoptee of GTD, an IT Procurement professional since 1992, podcast producer, writer, and all around nice guy. Lastly, I’m the owner of a sparkly new iPad. That iPad has quickly become the center of my […]

GTD Times rank well in management & leadership blogs
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GTD Times rank well in management & leadership blogs

We were thrilled to see that GTD Times ranked #7 among quite a prestigious list of the top management and leadership blogs. We just passed our 2-year anniversary with GTD Times. Thanks to all who have contributed over the years. If you’d like to contribute a personal story about your journey with GTD, we’d love […]