Posts Tagged ‘Twitter’

Who should you follow on Twitter? PCMag says @gtdguy
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Who should you follow on Twitter? PCMag says @gtdguy

A new PC Magazine article lists “The 100 People You Should Follow On Twitter.” Yes, David Allen #gtdguy is one of them.

I thought we were "friends"
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I thought we were "friends"

A little Twitter humor for your holiday weekend! Reposted here with permission from the talented cartoonist Rob Cottingham. Thanks Rob!

David Allen listed in top 140 Tweeters
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David Allen listed in top 140 Tweeters

We know many of you follow David Allen on Twitter (if not and you want to, he’s @GTDGuy). He was named in the top 140 most popular Tweeters by Huffington Post. Some of you have asked if DA does his own Tweets. Absolutely! Every one of them. You’re getting the man himself. If you’re not […]

GTD Twitter class
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GTD Twitter class

Thanks to all who participated in the Guided GTD “Tweekly Review” I did this morning. If you want a refresher, or missed it and want to follow along yourself, here’s the path. Some of the other great resources for the GTD Weekly Review: The Book. It’s all in there. Really! GTD System Guides (which has […]

Take a Guided GTD Weekly Review Class on Twitter
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Take a Guided GTD Weekly Review Class on Twitter

I’ll be doing another free guided GTD Weekly Review on Twitter this coming Friday, March 26th at 10am California time. These events are fun, easy to follow and a great way to get a taste of a GTD best practice. What: It will be a working Twitter class. Over an hour, I’ll guide people through […]

Inbox Creep
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Inbox Creep

A community contribution by Meghan Wilker. Join Meghan and Coach Kelly Forrister on the upcoming Webinar for GTD Connect Members–“Productive Use of Social Media.” When Google unveiled Buzz a few weeks ago (and Wave a couple of months before that), it got me to thinking about how the emergence of each new technology often means […]

Why things crawl back into your mind
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Why things crawl back into your mind

Clearing the mind is one of my favorite things with GTD.  You cannot lose. To me, it’s one of the quickest ways to feel better if I’m stressed out, feeling overwhelmed or trying to mentally manage the ankle-biting things that have my attention. In a short period of time, I can sweep my brain of […]

Next GTD Twitter Class – Clearing your mind
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Next GTD Twitter Class – Clearing your mind

I will be hosting another free GTD Twitter class this Thursday, October 15th at 9am Pacific Time.  Just 30 minutes of clearing your mind. Here’s the scoop: What: It will be a working Twitter session. I’ll guide people through the GTD Mindsweep process through a series of Tweets.  Mindsweep is part of the Collect phase […]

A GTD Tweetup in Oslo
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A GTD Tweetup in Oslo

GTD enthusiast Frode Odegard is hosting a free GTD ‘Tweetup’ in Oslo, Norway next week.  You can also follow the event through live video stream.  Check it out.  Frode said he also plans to host a San Diego one as well this fall.

The GTD Weekly Review event
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The GTD Weekly Review event

Thanks to all of you who joined the GTD “Tweekly” Review I did this morning. Hope you found value!  Let me know if you’d like me to do another one. If the pace was a bit too speedy for you, you can always go back and review the Tweets I sent.  Here are all 11 […]

Hop into the Twitter river tomorrow
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Hop into the Twitter river tomorrow

In case you hadn’t heard, I will be hosting a free, guided GTD “Tweekly Review” through Twitter tomorrow. What: It will be a working Twitter session. I’ll guide people through the 11-steps of the GTD Weekly Review through a series of Tweets. You’ll want to be in front of your system (at least calendar, lists, […]

Join the "Tweekly Review" with Coach Kelly
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Join the "Tweekly Review" with Coach Kelly

I’m planning on offering another free, guided GTD “Tweekly Review” for you Twitter fans.  If you missed the last one, here’s how it will work: On Thursday, August 13th from 9am-10am PDT (Los Angeles, California time), I will lead a one-hour GTD Weekly Review through Tweets sent from the @GTDSpecialEvent Twitter account.  Approximately every 5 […]

Join the GTD Fan Page on Facebook
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Join the GTD Fan Page on Facebook

We’ve setup a page on Facebook for all of you David Allen and GTD fans out there.  It’s a  great place,  if you’re so inclined, to follow some of the latest bits of noteworthy news, quotes and musings from GTDGuy.  Check it out:  facebook.com/gettingthingsdone. You can also follow David on Twitter as GTDGuy.

Is Twitter good or bad? Hear David Allen's perspective
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Is Twitter good or bad? Hear David Allen's perspective

What does David Allen think of the “cocktail party” that is Twitter? In this short and sweet 5 minute podcast, David talks about his approach to Twitter and the world of social media.   LISTEN NOW “People ask me, is it [Twitter] a waste of time? Is going to a cocktail party a waste of time? […]

The GTD Weekly Review
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The GTD Weekly Review

The GTD Tweekly Review today was great fun for me and seemed like it worked well for those who followed.  I will do another one.  Don’t know when yet, but will be sure to post on GTD Times, GTD Connect and Twitter when I come up with a date and time.  And, please don’t wait […]

3 ways to Join the Tweekly Review!
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3 ways to Join the Tweekly Review!

Follow the Twitterfountain: http://www.gtdtimes.com/gtd-tweekly-review-twitter-fountain/ Follow GTDCoachKelly: http://twitter.com/GTDCoachKelly Search on the hashtag: #Tweekly I’ll Tweet the 11 steps of the GTD Weekly Review, one every 5 minutes. – Kelly

Prep for the Worldwide GTD "Tweekly" Review
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Prep for the Worldwide GTD "Tweekly" Review

The response to my blog post on the first Worldwide GTD “Tweekly” Review on Twitter has been amazing!  I’ll be leading whoever wants to join through the 11 steps of the GTD Weekly Review.  Some of you have asked me to change the time.  We’re going to keep it at the scheduled 10am California Pacific […]

Join the Worldwide GTD Weekly Review
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Join the Worldwide GTD Weekly Review

David Allen has often said, “If you are not doing a Weekly Review, you are not doing GTD.”   Even though it’s the  “Critical Success Factor,” it seems to be one of those parts of GTD that can be harder to make a habit than others. Believe me, in all my years of doing GTD myself […]

A Twitter's-Eye View of the GTD Global Summit – 1st 1/3 Day 1
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A Twitter's-Eye View of the GTD Global Summit – 1st 1/3 Day 1

For those of you that would like a voyeuristic view into the GTD Global Summit, I present for your lengthy reading pleasure all of the tweets from the legions of twitterers that are attending the summit.  (And there are many, at least half the audience is on twitter). These are in reverse chronological order so […]

David Allen on Twitter!
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David Allen on Twitter!

If you’re a David Allen fan then this is news you probably want to hear.  David, the man behind GTD has finally leaped with both feet fully into the Web2.0 World by signing up for Twitter. So if you are interested in what David has to say – or as Twitter says – “what David […]