Posts Tagged ‘Next Actions’

David Allen: How Bad Plans and "Good Ideas" Ruin Meetings
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David Allen: How Bad Plans and "Good Ideas" Ruin Meetings

Before any evaluation of what’s a “good idea” can be trusted, the purpose must be clear, the vision must be well defined, and all the relevant data must have been collected (brainstormed) and analyzed (organized).

Have your GTD lists become listless?
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Have your GTD lists become listless?

David explains the three common causes when we find we’re less interested and involved with our lists.

Can you manage GTD lists with a spreadsheet?
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Can you manage GTD lists with a spreadsheet?

Can you manage GTD lists with a spreadsheet? Yes, you can.

How to handle reading materials
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How to handle reading materials

Question: How do you handle reading material? I have magazine articles, web articles, books, newsletter special articles, blog interesting articles, etc.  Do you input them into “context” just like any other task? Senior Coach Kelly Forrister: I consider reading materials fall into two categories: nice to read and must read. Nice to read is like […]

Planning a baby shower with GTD
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Planning a baby shower with GTD

GTD can help integrate your professional and personal life.

3 Questions to ask yourself when faced with saying yes or no
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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 do I become a GTD certified trainer?
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How do I become a GTD certified trainer?

Are you an experienced in-house corporate trainer interested in learning how to provide the GTD methodology within your organization? The GTD® Essentials Trainer Certification Program provides the education to get you certified to do just that.

Getting Free with GTD
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Getting Free with GTD

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

Making your GTD system work for you
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Making your GTD system work for you

The GTD system/process/approach should be in service to YOU and what works for YOU.

What do you consider is your work?
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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.