Posts Tagged ‘David Allen Company’
Does David Allen procrastinate?
Lots of interesting nuggets in this new interview recorded by Andrew Mason over at the 8BIT podcast. David answers a wide range of questions, including if he personally procrastinates. Here’s an excerpt from the interview: “The ability to make a creative mess, I think, is the optimal state to be in terms of your productivity, […]
Ready to work for DAC in DC?
David Allen Company has an immediate opening for a highly skilled and effective Washington, D.C.-based Business Development Director.
Free version of eProductivity plus other updates
David Allen uses eProductivity, and it’s the GTD app of choice for his staff at the David Allen Company. The eProductivity team has just launched a flurry of new products and improvements. In addition to a brand-new website, they released a free version, a new standalone product, and price reductions on all new subscriptions.
Learn the art of mindmapping with David Allen
See how David Allen uses the creative brainstorming technique of mindmapping. Hear how he uses it to capture ideas, create “ideal scenes”, brainstorm projects, and more. When: Tuesday, May 17, 10am-11am Pacific Time Where: Webinar hosted by GTD Connect, our online learning center Who: Open to all GTD Connect members (monthly, annual, or two-week guest […]
Is your desk getting in your way?
An obvious but rarely noticed tool may be my key to ultimate productivity.
David Allen Company hiring for business development
David Allen Company has immediate openings for Business Development Directors in the Washington D.C., Chicago, Atlanta and Seattle markets.
Webinar on using Outlook for GTD
This webinar is on the essentials of optimizing your GTD productivity with Outlook.
Two GTD Questions You Can Use Every Day
The two questions that bring clarity to most anything on this level are: What’s the successful outcome? And, what’s the next action to make it happen?
Have you taken the GTD-Q Assessment?
With the start of the New Year, this would be a great time to take the GTD-Q assessment. This free online assessment measures what Getting Things Done gives you: better control and greater perspective. It’s not one of those one-time tests that will never change (which will be good news for those of you who […]