Posts Tagged ‘Eric Mack’
"How can I ramp up quickly with GTD Lotus Notes?"
Recently, an executive at a large global consulting firm with over 100K Lotus Notes users called me to ask for help getting up to speed with GTD and Notes. He told me that he was feeling overwhelmed at work with a growing number of projects and responsibilities and in his pursuit of a solution he […]
Getting Nothing Done with Fire and Water
Several of us recently got together at David Allen’s house for a casual get-together. For some of us, me at least, it was the first time to see David since he surfaced from writing his soon-to-be-bestseller GTD book #3, Making it All Work David’s been submerged in the details of the book writing for some […]
The GTD Breakfast Club
With the recent posts on GTD for Kids and GTD for Families, I thought I would share this one… Last year, my daughter, Wendy, recently made a post in the GTD Connect forum about how our family is learning about GTD at the breakfast table. [If you’re a GTD Connect subscriber, you can read the […]
Meet GTDtimes Newest Contributor, Eric Mack.
Many of you probably already know the name Eric Mack. He’s a long standing and highly respected member of the GTD community and he’s been authoring multiple blogs related to productivity and Getting Things Done for some time: : EricMackOnline and NotesOnProductivity . For the past 15 years, Eric has served David Allen in a […]