Posts Tagged ‘GTD for Kids’
GTD with Kids and Teens
Join David Allen Company CEO and GTD expert Mike Williams and Senior Coach Meg Edwards as they discuss some fun and engaging ways to share GTD with kids and teens.
How to Plan Your Best GTD Christmas
David Allen’s Natural Planning Model seriously saves my sanity on everything from birthday party planning to creating new programs for my website, so this year, I decided to use the five steps of the Natural Planning Model to create a Christmas experience that is both magical and meaningful.
Every Momma Needs a Big Fat Physical Inbox
GTD allows me to find time in the crazy busy momma world.
GTD for Kids: Inbox Processing
Processing an inbox with kids is vastly different from how we do it as adults.
Tackling a Science Project with GTD
I decided to apply the project planning methods I learned from Getting Things Done and show my daughter that projects can be fun.
A Trigger List for Moms and Dads
I’ve created a Mom-and-Dad-friendly “Trigger List” to help parents see what types of things they can organize with GTD.
Back to school: GTD is the solution for parents
A Community Contribution from April Perry The first day of school started out great. My three oldest children dressed in their new clothes, laced up their new shoes, ate a healthy breakfast, and then headed off to school with homemade sack lunches and brightly-colored, fully-stocked pencil cases. I felt like a wonderful mom. They returned […]
The Tickler File–The Key to a Clutter-free Refrigerator
A Community Contribution from April Perry Just about every mother I know has a refrigerator that is completely covered with party invitations, handouts for school assignments, reminders for community events, coupons, and about 50 other things calling out, “Me! Me! Me!” We’re so afraid of the “out of mind, out of sight” rule, that we […]
GTD for Moms
Community Contribution from April Perry Mothers need Getting Things Done as much as (or more than!) any other group. Why? Let me show you a glimpse into my life “pre-GTD.” My 7-year-old son, Ethan: Mom, want to see this cool toy lizard I got as a prize today? Me: Yep. Ooh. That’s neat. (Then in […]