Posts Tagged ‘project planning’
Managing your projects with GTD
How well are you managing your projects? In the GTD Managing Projects audio program, David Allen and his senior staff share the GTD best practices and models for seamlessly managing your projects. Bonus materials include a rich set of PDF handouts and the GTD Live recording of David leading you through the Natural Planning Model®. […]
GTD Community Story with Rosalie Gale
We discovered Rosalie Gale’s love for GTD on Facebook. We interviewed her so our community could hear her story. Enjoy! 1. How did you hear about GTD? I used to be the queen of making to do lists. I would write them out over and over again and become very overwhelmed by everything I needed […]
New version of the GTD Outlook Add-In
Here’s some great news for Microsoft Outlook users. Netcentrics has released version 3.2 of their Getting Things Done® Outlook® Add-In.
Advice from Steve Jobs on productive meetings
Every company wants to maximize productivity and cut down on unnecessary meetings. But they don’t always know how to go about making meetings more effective.
Complete projects list = clear commitments
If you don’t have a clear sense of the totality of your obligations, you will always overcommit.
Moms more productive with Facebook
If you’re looking for practical time management training, watch a busy mom for a day.
You don't need a Projects list? Then throw away your calendar.
If you think that a Projects list is unnecessary, then throw away your calendar and trust life will just let you know what you should be doing, in the moment.
Your Brain on GTD
Clearly defining your successful outcome helps your brain start finding ways to achieve that outcome.
Should you focus on something ‘more strategic?’
What compounds the challenges of the self-management game is that often the most effective thing to do feels like the last thing you’re capable of doing.
Where do you store reference files?
Where is the majority of your Reference stored these days? In GTD terms, your Reference is your “non-actionable” materials.