Posts Tagged ‘Family’

A takeaway from a GTD class
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A takeaway from a GTD class

Carley, a life coach and mom, recently attended a public GTD class and was so inspired about a tip she learned, that she created a little video to share with other GTD’ers.  Enjoy! [HTML1]

The Freedom to Make a Big, Fat Mess
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The Freedom to Make a Big, Fat Mess

A couple of weeks ago (during an In Conversation that will be posted later this summer on GTDConnect), David Allen asked me if I practice GTD with my kids. In response, I laughed and said, “No.” After all, my daughter is three years old and my son is just nine months. They can hardly do GTD, […]

Sharing GTD with others
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Sharing GTD with others

Over the years, many people have reached out to us asking how they can share the GTD techniques with kids and young adults.  This letter below is from a GTD’er who got value from the article one of our senior staff wrote about his experience using GTD’s Natural Planning Model (p.54 of the GTD book) […]