Posts Tagged ‘Kelly Forrister’

GTD Webinars

GTD Webinars

Here are the upcoming Webinars on GTD Connect, our online learning center: Project Planning, with Coaches Wayne Pepper & Kelly Forrister – April 8, 11am PDT.  The Coaches will go over common questions, like:  How do you plan out a project? Where do project plans go? How far out should you plan a project when […]

GTD Twitter class

GTD Twitter class

Thanks to all who participated in the Guided GTD “Tweekly Review” I did this morning. If you want a refresher, or missed it and want to follow along yourself, here’s the path. Some of the other great resources for the GTD Weekly Review: The Book. It’s all in there. Really! GTD System Guides (which has […]

Getting started with GTD

Getting started with GTD

One of the most common questions we get is how to get started with GTD. New people, especially, will ask this after coming to us dazed and confused by what GTD is really about. And, lots of people seem to be hoping a piece of software will teach them GTD. Sorry, but that’s kind of […]

How to choose a GTD system

How to choose a GTD system

The mistake I see many new GTD’ers make is expecting to find a tool to “do” GTD.  A tool doesn’t do the thinking for you, it stores the thinking for you.   So,  then does it even matter what tools you use when it comes to organizing your projects & actions?  Sure.  Here are some questions […]

Next GTD Twitter Class – Clearing your mind

Next GTD Twitter Class – Clearing your mind

I will be hosting another free GTD Twitter class this Thursday, October 15th at 9am Pacific Time.  Just 30 minutes of clearing your mind. Here’s the scoop: What: It will be a working Twitter session. I’ll guide people through the GTD Mindsweep process through a series of Tweets.  Mindsweep is part of the Collect phase […]

Looking at those monsters in the closet

Looking at those monsters in the closet

In my last post, I challenged you to look at how much you’re choosing to sit in your email inbox versus work from your lists.  That sure seemed to strike a nerve of truth with some of you.  So WHY can lists start to repel us? Here are a few reasons why and some ways […]

Hop into the Twitter river tomorrow

Hop into the Twitter river tomorrow

In case you hadn’t heard, I will be hosting a free, guided GTD “Tweekly Review” through Twitter tomorrow. What: It will be a working Twitter session. I’ll guide people through the 11-steps of the GTD Weekly Review through a series of Tweets. You’ll want to be in front of your system (at least calendar, lists, […]

Join the "Tweekly Review" with Coach Kelly

Join the "Tweekly Review" with Coach Kelly

I’m planning on offering another free, guided GTD “Tweekly Review” for you Twitter fans.  If you missed the last one, here’s how it will work: On Thursday, August 13th from 9am-10am PDT (Los Angeles, California time), I will lead a one-hour GTD Weekly Review through Tweets sent from the @GTDSpecialEvent Twitter account.  Approximately every 5 […]

Live Blogging the Mastering Workflow Seminar: John and Chris, Getting Things Done

Live Blogging the Mastering Workflow Seminar: John and Chris, Getting Things Done

These guys, lurking at the back of the room aren’t playing video games, at least I hope not. They are two of the newest team members at The David Allen Company, John Ward and Chris McIntyre. Both seasoned presenters, they are here to audit Kelly class and sharpen their GTD presentation skills. We enjoyed a […]

Live Blogging the Mastering Workflow Seminar: Are there any b…y actions on your current lists?

Live Blogging the Mastering Workflow Seminar: Are there any b…y actions on your current lists?

Kelly just gave an interesting illustration of thinking about projects from a…z. Here’s how this works: Z represents the successful outcome – what your project will look like when done. A represents the next single physical action to take to move forward. b…y represents any additional action steps (but not the next action) along the […]