Posts Tagged ‘project planning’
How do you manage projects and priorities?
In the Managing Projects & Priorities seminar, you will learn the power of creative brainstorming; how to define your priorities through the Horizons of Focus® Model; the advantages of using the Natural Planning Model®; and how to effectively develop and move your projects to the next level.
Getting Free with GTD
David Allen’s essay in the latest Productive Living newsletter explores getting free by naming what has your attention.
Why GTD is not about time management
In the latest Productive Living newsletter, David Allen discusses how GTD is not like old school “time management.” You don’t manage your time better and find more hours in the day.
Where is your projects list?
If you don’t have a clear sense of the totality of your obligations, you will always over-commit. And commitments occur on multiple levels, from “why I’m on the planet” to “need butter.” But the elevation most amorphous for most is the plane just above your physical activities — your “projects.” I have a radical definition […]
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.
Life at the project level
David Allen received this email from Ben, an enthusiastic GTDer who has been customizing his home and work system for greater productivity.
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.
Learn the art of mindmapping with David Allen
See how David Allen uses the creative brainstorming technique of mindmapping. Hear how he uses it to capture ideas, create “ideal scenes”, brainstorm projects, and more. When: Tuesday, May 17, 10am-11am Pacific Time Where: Webinar hosted by GTD Connect, our online learning center Who: Open to all GTD Connect members (monthly, annual, or two-week guest […]
The case for paper-based productivity
Paper is a powerful productivity device in its own right.