Posts Tagged ‘Eric Mack’

Want eProductivity?  Want to Go to the GTD Summit Free?  Now's Your Chance.

Want eProductivity? Want to Go to the GTD Summit Free? Now's Your Chance.

Eric Mack, the individual behind David Allen’s new favorite tool, eProductivity, has got a pretty amazing promotion going over at his site right now.  The first ten people to take advantage of his special offer will get a free pass to the GTD Global Summit. If you want to get eProductivity at the best price […]

Reminder:  David Allen and Eric Mack Presenting at LotusSphere Jan 19th & 20th

Reminder: David Allen and Eric Mack Presenting at LotusSphere Jan 19th & 20th

If you’re attending LotusSphere be sure to attend the two sessions being presented by David Allen and Eric Mack. The first session, Best Practices Session, BP304: “IBM Lotus Notes and Me: Maximizing Personal Productivity with Lotus Notes” will take place at 5:00 PM on January 19, at the Swan Hotel (SW 7-10). Due to the […]

David Allen and Eric Mack to Appear at Lotusphere

David Allen and Eric Mack to Appear at Lotusphere

Both David and longtime friend to the David Allen Company and developer of eProductivity for Lotus Notes, Eric Mack will be presenting at Lotusphere.  Their session, called IBM Lotus Notes and Me:  Maximizing Personal Productivity with Lotus Notes is on Monday, January 9th at 5PM with a booksigning at 6:30PM.  If you’re attending Lotusphere you […]

Getting Things Done On the Go with Lotus Notes – Will Traveler Make it Easy?

Getting Things Done On the Go with Lotus Notes – Will Traveler Make it Easy?

Will Traveler make getting things done with Notes easy? I have a long-standing interest in devices and applications that increase mobile knowledge worker productivity, particularly those that support the GTD methodology and can sync with Lotus Notes. The problem is that most of the devices that I have used to date fail in one or […]

Eric Mack to Launch eProductivity: your chance to get a preview in this post

Eric Mack to Launch eProductivity: your chance to get a preview in this post

One of our most prolific contributors, Eric Mack, has been hard at work developing a tool that has been called the ultimate GTD application for Lotus Notes.  Now, after months of beta testing with select companies, Eric is about ready to release the application to the public.  However, before he did this he wanted to […]

eProductivity Equation: Coaching to get it right

eProductivity Equation: Coaching to get it right

Today, I’ll share the next part of my e-mail that answers the question: “How to ramp up quickly with GTD and Lotus Notes?”  We’ve touched on the productivity equation and we’ve looked at how methodology is the first component of the equation. We also explored the technology or tools that can be used to implement […]

eProductivity Equation: Mobility (for Notes & GTD)

eProductivity Equation: Mobility (for Notes & GTD)

Today, I’ll share the next part of my e-mail that answers the question:How to ramp up quickly with GTD and Lotus Notes? We’ve touched on the productivity equation and we’ve looked at how methodology is the first component of the equation. We also explored the technology or tools that can be used to implement GTD […]

eProductivity Equation: Technology (for Notes & GTD)

eProductivity Equation: Technology (for Notes & GTD)

Today, I’ll share the next part of my e-mail that answers the question: “How to ramp up quickly with GTD and Lotus Notes?“ We’ve touched on the productivity equation and we’ve looked at how methodology is the first component of the equation. Now, we’ll look at the technology or tools that you use. Since you’ve […]

eProductivity Equation: Methodology

eProductivity Equation: Methodology

Today, I’d like to talk about methodology as a key component in my productivity equation and specifically how it relates to ramping up quickly with GTD and Lotus Notes. Whether you are conscious of it or not, you have a methodology, a system, a habit for how you get your work done. Some methodologies, systems, […]

eProductivity Equation: KWP = M x T x K

eProductivity Equation: KWP = M x T x K

(This is the first installment in my series talking about how to ramp up quickly with GTD and Lotus Notes. This first post is actually not specific to Lotus Notes at all; it described my reference point for how I approach knowledgework.) I began my recent eProductivity Seminar by introducing my eProductivity equation for knowledge […]