Posts Tagged ‘GTD Best Practices’
Marching orders, or at least a wise recommendation
Have fun in your command. Don’t always run at a breakneck pace. Take leave when you’ve earned it, spend time with your families.
What's your standard for email?
I assert that it’s actually less effort to maintain your email inbox at zero than to maintain it at 300 or 3,000. Will it take effort? Of course. But there is gold to be mined there with a trusted practice that will have ripple effects across your workflow and motivation.
GTD is more than time management
Your GTD system, with a current and complete inventory or your commitments, helps you manage yourself effectively regardless of time’s alterations.
What are the first steps to take for an immediate change?
Get a notepad and inbox, capture everything that has your attention. Decide the next actions on each and all of them. Review that total inventory, keeping it current, at least weekly.
How to clear your inbox, make decisions and generally get things done
People must ask: What does this mean? Is this actionable or not? What is the outcome that I am committed to?
Email, calendar, & tasks in Outlook – the GTD way
If you need to get on top of your Microsoft Outlook® email, calendar, and tasks by implementing GTD, this is the webinar for you. You’ll learn the best recommendations for building a GTD system in Outlook to seamlessly handle your work and personal commitments.
Advice from Steve Jobs on productive meetings
Every company wants to maximize productivity and cut down on unnecessary meetings. But they don’t always know how to go about making meetings more effective.
How to start getting organized
How to get organized? First step is to capture into a simple ‘bucket” all of those things that are not on cruise control – anything that has your attention. Write it all down.
The power of GTD checklists
New to GTD, or a veteran, you can be more productive by harnessing the power of checklists.
Which is more stressful: email or no email?
With the GTD approach to getting email under control, you can stay connected, or take a vacation away from email, and trust that your decision is healthy.