Posts Tagged ‘GTD Global Summit’
Truly Ready for Anything: an image from a Summit Attendee
If a picture is worth a thousand words, this one basically says it all. What could better illustrate the value of GTD than someone like Steve Pugh, pictured below, on duty in Iraq with a copy of “Getting Things Done” at his fingertips. Steve was just at the recent GTD Global Summit and took the […]
A Twitter's-Eye View of the GTD Global Summit – 1st 1/3 Day 1
For those of you that would like a voyeuristic view into the GTD Global Summit, I present for your lengthy reading pleasure all of the tweets from the legions of twitterers that are attending the summit. (And there are many, at least half the audience is on twitter). These are in reverse chronological order so […]
Want eProductivity? Want to Go to the GTD Summit Free? Now's Your Chance.
Eric Mack, the individual behind David Allen’s new favorite tool, eProductivity, has got a pretty amazing promotion going over at his site right now. The first ten people to take advantage of his special offer will get a free pass to the GTD Global Summit. If you want to get eProductivity at the best price […]
Great News, GTD Global Summit Now Offering Single Day Passes!
If you were one of the folks we heard from who wished to attend the GTD Global Summit but simply couldn’t get away for both days this should be some welcome news. In response to a surprising number of requests that we make passes available for each of the two days of the Summit, the […]
A Meeting With Summit Speaker Major General Randall Fullhart
Editor’s Note: Over the next two weeks we’ll be providing some advanced coverage of the GTD Global Summit so that you can get some idea of what to expect (and what those of you foolish enough to miss this event will be missing) as well as whom to expect it from. Following a brief bio […]
Productivity 101 Blogs David's "Making it All Work" Seminar in Amsterdam
Fokke Kooistra, author of the popular “Productivity 101” blog as well as a former contributor to GTDtimes recently attended one of David’s new “Making it All Work” seminars recently. Below is an excerpt of his thoughts on this experience. To read his full review, please visit Fokke’s site directly at right here. was visiting the […]
Reducing Information Overload
A new study conducted jointly by Harris Interactive and Xerox indicate that reducing information overload can yield better use of time – particularly for those working in government positions. This in turn is associated with the possibility that additional cost savings can be realized as a result. David Allen has long been aware of this […]
David Allen seminars in Europe
If you’re a GTD’er (or want to become one) and you happen to live overseas, your opportunity to learn from the master has just come much closer to home. Nathaniel Stott, a contributor to GTDtimes has reported that he and his associates at Life Architect have been working on the details for months and now, […]
GTD Global Summit Site Posts Agenda for Event, More Details…
If you’re one of the people that wouldn’t miss the GTD Global Summit for anything than you probably aren’t too concerned with hearing about the recent updates to the GTD Global Summit website. However, if this is something that you haven’t yet reached a conclusion on one way or another you might want to click […]
Office 2.0 Program Now Enhanced with David Allen Keynote!
Office 2.0, the excellent conference that’s put on by my friend and tireless productivity maven Ismael Ghalimi has just announced that David Allen, the thought leader who developed the “Getting Things Done” productivity strategy will be helping open the event with Ismael. The official announcement is over at Ismael’s own IT Redux site as is […]