Posts Tagged ‘Weekly Review’

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 […]

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 […]

Spring cleaning: GTD @home
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Spring cleaning: GTD @home

Time for clearing the cobwebs and a spring clean In a household with kids our house is lived in. Sand and dirt collect in the hallway and stairs, then gets its way around the house. Everything settles and collects in corners or piles. “Papa where are my shoes?” “I need my Russian books, I had […]

6 Months Later: Am I really still doing GTD?
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6 Months Later: Am I really still doing GTD?

Community Contribution by Erik Hanberg I lurched into a Getting Things Done system over a couple fits and starts. First it started with two friends who had read the book and were talking it up. I was uninterested in what I thought was a “self-help” book. But that soon changed when I discovered an Atlantic […]

GTD balancing act in three steps: The weekly review with kids
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GTD balancing act in three steps: The weekly review with kids

“Work and play are words used for the same thing under differing conditions” —Mark Twain All good things come in three’s—just like the steps of the weekly review: Get Clear Get Current Get Creative Getting work done First get clear. Collect everything in one place—the loose bits of paper, assignments, toys, (school) books and randomly […]

Automating Your Weekly Review: a post originally by Marc Orchant
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Automating Your Weekly Review: a post originally by Marc Orchant

I was thinking about my friend Marc Orchant this morning while also looking for something about how to do a good weekly review when I came upon a post that Marc himself had authored back in 2004. He was actually referring to another post that explains how to set up Outlook to automate the process […]