Posts Tagged ‘Mastering Workflow’

What's your standard for email?

What's your standard for email?

I assert that it’s actually less effort to maintain your email inbox at zero than to maintain it at 300 or 3,000. Will it take effort? Of course. But there is gold to be mined there with a trusted practice that will have ripple effects across your workflow and motivation.

Email, calendar, & tasks in Outlook – the GTD way

Email, calendar, & tasks in Outlook – the GTD way

If you need to get on top of your Microsoft Outlook® email, calendar, and tasks by implementing GTD, this is the webinar for you. You’ll learn the best recommendations for building a GTD system in Outlook to seamlessly handle your work and personal commitments.

How to start getting organized

How to start getting organized

How to get organized? First step is to capture into a simple ‘bucket” all of those things that are not on cruise control – anything that has your attention. Write it all down.

Get clear, get current, get creative

Get clear, get current, get creative

Get clear, get current, get creative. Sound good to you? That’s what you get from a weekly review, which David Allen calls “the critical success factor” in GTD.

Webinars on Keys to GTD, and GTD & Outlook

Webinars on Keys to GTD, and GTD & Outlook

No matter your level of GTD expertise, these interactive and concise 90-minute webinars will deepen your mastery of the GTD best practices.

GTD webinars on Workflow and Outlook

GTD webinars on Workflow and Outlook

These interactive 90-minute GTD webinars will enhance your learning and motivate you to move into 2012 with greater levels of stress-free productivity.

Getting Free with GTD

Getting Free with GTD

David Allen’s essay in the latest Productive Living newsletter explores getting free by naming what has your attention.

What do you consider is your work?

What do you consider is your work?

The stress many people feel can be directly attributed to the avoidance of daily and weekly catching up—with the flood of emails, voice mails, meetings, projects, and other informational and actionable items.

What's needed and not needed for projects

What's needed and not needed for projects

David Allen describes the five levels of thinking that must be clear to make a project happen efficiently and effectively in the world.

4 stages of getting GTD on cruise control

4 stages of getting GTD on cruise control

There are four stages to acquiring new skills. David Allen describes how they relate to learning GTD in his essay in the latest Productive Living.