Posts Tagged ‘Workflow Coaching’
When to block your calendar
Is it OK to block your calendar to work on something, even if it doesn’t have a concrete deadline? GTD’er Michael asked about the best ways to find time for the time-demanding projects that are important, but don’t have a deadline. One of our executive coaches replied with some helpful tips.
10 Ways to Get Started with GTD
In case this is useful for others out there, wondering where to start with GTD, here is a letter we received from a new GTD’er in Australia today. Sean writes, “I have just been recommended to use Omni [Focus] project management software to assist me in managing my ever complex working and private life. I […]
How I Got a Grip on My Workweek
One of the David Allen Company senior coaches recently worked with Business Week Executive Editor Ellen Joan Pollock. Read Ellen’s entertaining account of how she got a grip on her workweek. The goal: 10 extra hours in my week. The plan of attack: none. That’s pretty much where I was when Marian Bateman, a productivity […]
Scobleizer Gets Schooled! (how Robert Scoble relearns GTD)
Robert Scoble, the well known blogger and ultra popular twitterer (Is that a word? This new lexicon is getting weirderer all the time 😉 just had a full day of Workflow Coaching from David Allen Company. Robert was very impressed and had nothing but good things to say about the experience and the fact that […]
Announcing the Winners of the GTDTimes/David Allen Company Executive Workflow Coaching Contest!
Wow! What an amazing turnout! We’ve finally selected our winner and the runners up in the GTDtimes / David Allen Company Executive Workflow Contest. You guys certainly didn’t make it easy. We were overwhelmed at the number of high quality entries from the GTDtimes readership. . There are so many people with compelling reasons as […]