Posts Tagged ‘www.gtdtimes.com’
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 […]
Crank up Your GTD Process by Using a My World Mindmap.
A Community Contribution by Arif & Ali Vakil I love GTD Connect. And within Connect, my favorite bit is the David Allen Teleseminars. In my early GTD days I would gets heaps of coaching and guidance from every single minute of the teleseminar. However recently it’s more of the stray comment that David mentions which […]
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 […]
Scobleizer Gets Schooled! (how Robert Scoble relearns GTD)
Robert Scoble, the well known blogger and ultra popular twitterer (Is that a word? This new lexicon is getting weirderer all the time 😉 just had a full day of Workflow Coaching from David Allen Company. Robert was very impressed and had nothing but good things to say about the experience and the fact that […]
You Asked for it, iamplify has got it: GTD MP3's
According to executives at the David Allen Company, MP3’s of some of David’s most popular recordings are one of the most oft-requested items but unavailable items in the GTD Stuff line-up. No more! iamplify a company with the world’s largest selection of downloadable audios and videos has partnered with the David Allen Company to put […]
David Allen on Twitter!
If you’re a David Allen fan then this is news you probably want to hear. David, the man behind GTD has finally leaped with both feet fully into the Web2.0 World by signing up for Twitter. So if you are interested in what David has to say – or as Twitter says – “what David […]
Productivity Has Become Critical Issue for New Financial Managers, Survey Says
According to the results of a recent survey that appeared in USA Today on Dec. 29, 2008, productivity has become one of the top challenges for executives. The survey was conducted by Robert Half Management Resources. If the survey is to be believed — and there’s no reason why it should not — then there’s […]
GTD on Vacation
Editor’s Note: Here’s a post from new contributor Erik Hanberg. When he wrote me about this and said that he was going on his honeymoon with no more advance planning then the tickets home I thought to myself poor man – he’s going to come home a divorcee… Apparently he chose more wisely that I […]