Posts Tagged ‘gtd workflow diagram’

Put your office on the same path with GTD
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Put your office on the same path with GTD

Looking for the perfect Christmas gift for your co-workers?  Out of ideas on what to get the boss who has everything?  Still hoping your co-workers would just “get” GTD and make your life easier?  Buy them the new GTD Workflow Map!  We have a new “office bundle” that includes one large Workflow poster, one small […]

Save some bucks on postage
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Save some bucks on postage

The new GTD Workflow Map + DVD now also comes in a folded version, which is packaged in a flat-rate envelope, which makes international shipping much more economical.  You can also still get the rolled version, that ships in a tube, if you prefer that. What’s different about this map versus the diagram that’s in […]

A celebration of completion
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A celebration of completion

Today we started shipping the new GTD Workflow Map and Coaching DVD.  This new training product, as many of you know, has been a labor of love (and patience!) for us.  Our team is just ecstatic to have this in stock.  A surprisingly large, and gratifying, number of first orders are queued up and ready […]

Is Obama getting things done?
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Is Obama getting things done?

Paul Smalera wrote a great piece over on Slate’s The Big Money speculating if Obama were using GTD. Worth a read. You’ll even see an “Obama-ized” GTD workflow diagram. By the way, you can get free copies (basic or advanced) of the GTD Workflow Diagram from the DAC store, and the new one with an […]

New GTD Workflow Diagram
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New GTD Workflow Diagram

For years, the GTD Workflow diagram has been the ultimate “trail guide” for navigating through the collect>process>organize stages of GTD.  Over the past two years, David Allen has been working with the terrific design team at xplane to take his vision (his original sketch is pictured right  and you can click on the image to […]

How to weed wack your inbox down to zero
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How to weed wack your inbox down to zero

If you’ve ever tasted Inbox zero, you know there’s no going back. It’s a powerful reference point in mastering GTD.  The key is knowing how you did it, and how to repeat it on a regular basis. (Yes, it’s not just about getting it there once–anyone can do that with Ctrl+A, Delete. )  The answers […]