Posts Tagged ‘Making it All Work’
3 Questions to ask yourself when faced with saying yes or no
You’ll know if you have capacity to say yes because with GTD, you already have an inventory of your projects and actions, the things you’re already commited to.
How Vacations Help the Business Brain
Vacations enhance productivity, according to David Allen.
Making your GTD system work for you
The GTD system/process/approach should be in service to YOU and what works for YOU.
Mom gets the right things done with the Natural Planning Model
I decided to apply the Natural Planning Model from GTD to my overall life plan.
David Allen at Google – 2 keys to sustaining a healthy life and work style
Several GTD Times readers asked for this video — a classic from David’s presentation at Google a couple of years ago.
GTD for sustainable productivity
GTD creates more space in our thinking, so we can manage the surprises of an increasingly complex world.
The 6 Horizons of Focus
Managing the flow of work can be approached from many altitudes. We have roughly categorized “work” into six levels, or horizons of focus.
FAQs about download and international versions of David Allen’s books
We receive many questions about the electronic and international versions of David Allen’s books (Getting Things Done, Ready For Anything, and Making It All Work.) We’ve compiled some FAQs on the topic that should be be helpful. We will update this post as the information changes and add these to our website FAQs as well. […]
David Allen’s video from the Do Lectures
David Allen was a speaker at the Do Lectures this summer in Wales. The Do lectures are all about getting a handful of speakers together in one place, in the hope that they may inspire you to go Do something. To give you the tools and the desire to change the things you care about. […]
A member shares about GTD Connect
We received this letter from Bruce, about his recent experience with GTD Connect: I joined GTD Connect a week or two ago, and I’m discovering that it is an excellent resource. The amount of content is awesome, and you have developed an active community. (Initially I thought: $48/month is a lot of money. Now I […]