Posts Tagged ‘Weekly Review’

Missing deadlines
D
P

Missing deadlines

Question: You say you shouldn’t write anything on a day when it doesn’t absolutely have to be finished by then. Furthermore, you tell that priorities are depended on time, energy and a lot more, but I miss one thing there: deadlines. What if I make a list of things to do, and find on Monday […]

The special sauce of GTD
D
P

The special sauce of GTD

Q: Since college I have used the GTD System and continue to apply it as best as possible.  I get slammed sometimes with multiple tasks and was wondering if you could comment on how best to prioritize tasks within the context of the System.  Thank you for your help. David Allen: The Secret Sauce for […]

Weekly Review Encouragement
P

Weekly Review Encouragement

Longtime GTDer Jacki shared this on our GTD Facebook Fan Page about her experience with the GTD Weekly Review: For the longest time I avoided the Weekly Review and just moved from day to day reacting to what came up – in other words, I had not implemented the most effective part of GTD. Then […]

Losing weight with the GTD Weekly Review
D
P

Losing weight with the GTD Weekly Review

A GTDer asked David Allen: Whenever I thoroughly complete the weekly review I any) “action items” are completed with the weekly review. Do you have any explanation or insight on why the weekly review makes one feel like the weight is lifted? David: Weight is lifted because the weekly review allows you to clarify and […]

Doing GTD Weekly Reviews on the iPad
P

Doing GTD Weekly Reviews on the iPad

Community Contribution from Jason Verly On April 3, 2010, Apple released the iPad to the world.  A day later I completely changed how I do my weekly reviews.  Like most avid GTD’ers, I kept my weekly review to be a sacred and solemn time.  I normally did my reviews on Sunday evening in my home […]

How I break out of a rut
F

How I break out of a rut

Community Contribution from Mike Vardy I’m about to state the obvious. We’re all human. Ergo, we make mistakes. Like creating words like “ergo.” Beyond “The Royal We,” we’re individuals. I’m sure you didn’t create the word “ergo” but I am pretty certain you’ve made other mistakes. I know I’ve made my share. For example, starting […]

GTD Twitter class
P

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
P

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 […]

When you're NOT doing a Weekly Review…
P

When you're NOT doing a Weekly Review…

If you’re not doing a Weekly Review, then you’re always trying to do a Weekly Review, but never really doing it. The real reason to do it is so that 6.9 days of the week you don’t have to.  -David Allen Looking for motivation and coaching on the GTD Weekly Review?  Get the CD set. […]

Done a Weekly Review lately?
D
P

Done a Weekly Review lately?

You can never get enough of what you don’t really need. And you can never work hard enough, long enough, or fast enough, to eliminate the stress or discomfort that drives those behaviors. Your Weekly Review brings a much-needed break in the pace. -David Allen Grab the free article on the GTD Weekly Review