Posts Tagged ‘Kelly Forrister’

GTD Best Practices: Review (Part 4 of 5)

GTD Best Practices: Review (Part 4 of 5)

David Allen calls the Weekly Review the “critical success factor” to GTD. Why? It’s the glue that keeps it all together.  It’s also one of the steps people tend to resist the most.  Here are some keys for getting the most out of the Review phase to keep your GTD system humming along. WHAT TO […]

Take the 14-day GTD Challenge

Take the 14-day GTD Challenge

Get help in your journey with GTD. Join two Senior David Allen Company Coaches for a 14-day GTD Challenge, designed to bring your productivity to a whole new level.  The Challenge will take place between September 22  and October 6 and is hosted by our online learning community, GTD Connect. Free and open to all […]

What gets in the way of delegating?

What gets in the way of delegating?

I was leading a GTD class recently, and one of the participants was asking me how to be better at delegating. In my experience, issues with delegation typically come down to some common factors: It’s not clear who should do it (i.e. unclear Areas of Focus) If the person delegating is not clear on their […]

Jumpstart GTD

Jumpstart GTD

Our next webinar on GTD Connect will come at a perfect time for many of you after the holidays. Two of our senior coaches are hosting a “Jumpstart GTD” webinar to give you tips, tricks and strategies to get your GTD systems in top shape for 2011. Join us on Friday, January 14th from 10am-11am […]

Don't be a stranger to your lists

Don't be a stranger to your lists

One of the things that helps me stay current with my GTD system and not have the Weekly Review feel like a major renovation, is that I review my Next Actions lists whenever I feel like it and as often as I can.  Whenever I coach people who have slipped out of regular reviews (call […]

Which list manager should I use for GTD?

Which list manager should I use for GTD?

One of the most common questions we hear from GTDers is which list manager they should use. You’ve heard from us on this in loads of webinars, podcasts, articles and blog posts. We thought we would pass along a fellow GTDers comment to someone on our Forums, which we thought was great advice, especially for […]

GTD & BlackBerry Guide is now available

GTD & BlackBerry Guide is now available

We are pleased to announce the release of a resource that many of you have been asking for: a GTD & BlackBerry Guide. A few of us are now on BlackBerry as our portable solution and we put together a Guide on the best GTD tips, tricks, and practices for making your BlackBerry rock for […]

Digging out from backlog

Digging out from backlog

The next Webinar on GTD Connect will be “Digging Out From Backlog”.  Two of our senior coaches will give you tips, tricks, and strategies for dealing with your piles of “stuff”.  If you feel like your backlog is holding you back from getting the most out of GTD, this Webinar is for you.  Free to […]

GTD Best Practices of Doing

GTD Best Practices of Doing

We just posted the 5th podcast in our best practices series that we are making available to the public (which are normally exclusive to GTD Connect.) Listen or download now. You’ll hear insights, tips and tricks from David Allen and two of the senior coaches on this key phase of GTD. It’s about 30 minutes […]

Should you create subprojects?

Should you create subprojects?

A GTDer asked: I am using the GTD Outlook Add-In software. Should I create subprojects? Coach Kelly: I personally don’t use the subproject feature of software. For me, everything is just a Project. But if you do decide to use it, it can be a nice way to sort major components of a large project. […]