Posts Tagged ‘GTD Best Practices’
GTD Best Practices: Collect (Part 1 of 5)
How well do you know the GTD’s five phases of Mastering Workflow? In case you could use a refresher, we’re going to do a five part series on the best practices of each phase: Collect, Process, Organize, Review, and Do. Let’s start with Collect! WHAT TO COLLECT: Every commitment unfinished is an “open loop”; and […]
Have your GTD lists become listless?
David explains the three common causes when we find we’re less interested and involved with our lists.
Can you manage GTD lists with a spreadsheet?
Can you manage GTD lists with a spreadsheet? Yes, you can.
Take the 14-day GTD Challenge
Get help in your journey with GTD. Join two Senior David Allen Company Coaches for a 14-day GTD Challenge, designed to bring your productivity to a whole new level. The Challenge will take place between September 22 and October 6 and is hosted by our online learning community, GTD Connect. Free and open to all […]
3 Questions to ask yourself when faced with saying yes or no
You’ll know if you have capacity to say yes because with GTD, you already have an inventory of your projects and actions, the things you’re already commited to.
How do you manage projects and priorities?
In the Managing Projects & Priorities seminar, you will learn the power of creative brainstorming; how to define your priorities through the Horizons of Focus® Model; the advantages of using the Natural Planning Model®; and how to effectively develop and move your projects to the next level.
What to do when your co-workers don't do GTD
Q: I am part of a team with five teammates who are not using GTD. How do I handle the frustration within the lines of communication and organization/productivity? How do I handle people who don’t do this method? David Allen: The more anyone around you is out of control, the more you need the GTD […]
Free podcast with David Allen on the GTD best practices
David Allen shares about challenges people face today, getting off your own back, emergency scanning, why social media is addictive and much more.