How I Got a Grip on My Workweek

Date: Friday, March 27, 2009 by GTD Times Staff

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 […]

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Truly Ready for Anything: an image from a Summit Attendee

Date: Wednesday, March 18, 2009 by GTD Times Staff

If a picture is worth a thousand words, this one basically says it all.  What could better illustrate the value of GTD than someone like Steve Pugh, pictured below, on duty in Iraq with a copy of “Getting Things Done” at his fingertips. Steve was just at the recent GTD Global Summit and took the […]

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GTD Global Summit Day Two: Session One – Making it All Work with David Allen

Date: Friday, March 13, 2009 by GTD Times Staff

For many people this is the session they came to see.  After years of reading, re-reading, listening to, watching and discussing “Getting Things Done: the art of stress-free productivity” people, especially the majority of the people at the Summit who are serious about practicing GTD – are ready for something new from David. “Making it […]

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GTD Global Summit: Entrepreneurship – Make it Up and Make it Happen

Date: Thursday, March 12, 2009 by GTD Times Staff

This post rambles a bit as it’s a live blogging effort to cover the real key questions and associated answers that this group of accomplished entrepreneurs provided during an hour plus panel discussion about the trials and tribulations of starting your own company. Topics included what personality characteristics should you have to thrive as an […]

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

Date: by GTD Times Staff

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 […]

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We're Live! The GTD Global Summit T-0

Date: by GTD Times Staff

After more than a year of planning thousands of hours of meetings and more emails, phone calls, and late night conversations than anyone cares to think about let alone remember, the GTD Global Summit has come to life in a huge way. I’m wearing several hats here so my coverage will be as real time […]

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GTD and the 4 Hour Work Week by Erik Hanberg

Date: Monday, March 09, 2009 by GTD Times Staff

A Community Contribution by Erik Hanberg January’s Wired magazine carried an article by freelancer Chris Hardwick testing out different systems for helping him structure his work and life better. He sums up: Now, I know that David Allen is the head vampire of productivity, but if you only have the fortitude to read a single […]

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An example of GTD on the Web

Date: Sunday, March 08, 2009 by GTD Times Staff

Editor’s Note:  This is a piece by a new GTD Times Contributor, David Pierce.  David is a unique contributor to GTDtimes due to the fact that he’s about half of the age of the typical reader of this site.  We love his fresh perspective and the fact that he represents the first generation to have […]

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Meaning, Neatness and Organization

Date: Thursday, March 05, 2009 by GTD Times Staff

I had one of those “why didn’t I make the connection before? It’s so obvious!” moments recently, while thinking through a chapter of my book-in-progress. The three things I connected were David Allen’s subtle definition of organization: “where things are suits what they mean to you,” James C. Scott’s masterpiece on how governments develop an […]

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Confused by Conflicting Priorities? Here's a Five-Point Checklist that Can Help

Date: Tuesday, March 03, 2009 by GTD Times Staff

A Community Contribution by Arif & Ali Vakil Practicing GTD makes choosing what to do at any given moment in time considerably easier. The three models that David Allen has framed for identifying priorities (ie Horizons of Focus, Limiting Criteria and Three-Fold Nature of Work) are brilliant. However,  even after you’ve earned your GTD Blackbelt, […]

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Want eProductivity? Want to Go to the GTD Summit Free? Now's Your Chance.

Date: Friday, February 27, 2009 by GTD Times Staff

Eric Mack, the individual behind David Allen’s new favorite tool, eProductivity, has got a pretty amazing promotion going over at his site right now.  The first ten people to take advantage of his special offer will get a free pass to the GTD Global Summit. If you want to get eProductivity at the best price […]

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Great News, GTD Global Summit Now Offering Single Day Passes!

Date: Wednesday, February 25, 2009 by GTD Times Staff

If you were one of the folks we heard from who wished to attend the GTD Global Summit but simply couldn’t get away for both days this should be some welcome news.  In response to a surprising number of requests that we make passes available for each of the two days of the Summit, the […]

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