Posts Tagged ‘GTDTimes’
What are the best tools for GTD?
GTD is an approach that is not tool-specific. So while it’s important to land on gear (paper or digital) that will stand up to the complexity of your work and personal life, it’s more important that it clearly serves the purpose of reflecting the reminders and information in the most appropriate way for you. The […]
GTD Times rank well in management & leadership blogs
We were thrilled to see that GTD Times ranked #7 among quite a prestigious list of the top management and leadership blogs. We just passed our 2-year anniversary with GTD Times. Thanks to all who have contributed over the years. If you’d like to contribute a personal story about your journey with GTD, we’d love […]
A ton of FREE GTD Resources
Here is a list of all of the FREE GTD resources offered by the David Allen Company: GTD Times – This is the the official blog for the David Allen Company. Loads of helpful advice, tips, special offers, tricks & strategies for implementing GTD. Podcasts – Includes the GTD best practices series with David & […]
We're Live! The GTD Global Summit T-0
After more than a year of planning thousands of hours of meetings and more emails, phone calls, and late night conversations than anyone cares to think about let alone remember, the GTD Global Summit has come to life in a huge way. I’m wearing several hats here so my coverage will be as real time […]
Don't Miss Out: Free Executive WorkFlow Coaching Contest Entry Deadline Ends Soon!
In case you live under a rock and only check your email and RSS feeds every other week you might not have heard about the contest we’re having for a free day of Executive Workflow Coaching courtesy of the David Allen Company and GTDtimes. This is your chance to have one of David’s personally certified […]
Office 2.0 Day One: David Allen Steals the Show
Bloggers from around the net were in attendance and they were quick to post on David’s rather surprising dual appearances (actually the first appearance had been announced on the Office2.o website months ago) but David’s second appearance, sitting on the GTD Applications Panel was a delightful surprise made all the much more exciting for what […]
Quick Lotus Notes Tips for GTD
Editor‘s Note: Most of the people at The David Allen Company are on Lotus Notes. As a result a considerable body of knowledge has been developed around using Notes for GTD. When you see the Quick Lotus Notes for GTD headline or the Lotus Notes for GTD tag, you can be sure that you’re about […]
GTDTimes – top blog honors
This morning I had a nice surprise in my email inbox when Evan Carmichael of EvanCarmichael.com wrote us a note to let us know that he’d just authored a post called the Top Ten GTDtimes Posts of 2008. He runs through what he felt where the most informative and useful posts written for GTDtimes since […]
How we Successfully Implemented GTD across our Company thereby Increasing Productivity & Making Work Fun.
Editor’s Note: This is the first in what I expect will be a series of posts from Arif and Ali of Vakil Housing – which to our knowledge is the first company in India to implement GTD across their entire workforce. Story by Arif Vakil How I first came across GTD It was more than […]
Why We Like New Things; or why I have to try out every new GTD program.
This came in from one of our contributors, Dr. Lynn O’Connor. I’m one of those unfortunate people who loves trying out new software for my GTD system. So far, I’ve always gone back to the online, tried and true, Vitalist (www.vitalist.com ) for contexts/next action lists (projects too if needed). But that hasn’t stopped me […]