GTD Connect is David Allen’s subscription product for people that are serious about GTD. Not only are there original articles from David and other David Allen Company GTD Trainers that you can’t find anywhere else, there are also videos, audios and even forum discussions. An annual subscription to this amazing service runs $40 per month […]
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 […]
Editor’s Note: This is the second part of a two part series on Action Support Folders and Tickler Lists. The first part can be found here. In the prior post I wrote a little about a recent coaching call I had with DAC Certified Coach, Julie Ireland and shared how she recommended that I set […]
I had a coaching session today with Julie Ireland, a DavidCo Certified Coach and felt like what she said made so much sense that it merited sharing with the community. Since I’ve hardly ever seen discussion about Action Support Folders or Tickler Lists and since I felt like my approach towards both needed some tweaking […]
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You’re going to want to be sure that GTDtimes is either in your RSS reader, linked via your iGoogle or NetVibes page, that you’ve subscribed by email. The point is we’ve got some content in the hopper that you’re going to want to read. First, we’re going to announce the big winners in the GTDtimes/David […]
“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 […]
In case you live under a rock and only check your email and RSS feeds every other week you might not have heard about the contest we’re having for a free day of Executive Workflow Coaching courtesy of the David Allen Company and GTDtimes. This is your chance to have one of David’s personally certified […]
Friend of David Allen and the David Allen Company, James Fallows was kind enough to give GTDtimes a very favorable mention in the Atlantic, one of the most lauded and influential publications in the country. James, that’s high praise and a very generous compliment especially coming from a nationally recognized journalist like yourself.
On the 30th of August 2008, 2 unassuming looking Indians made GTD history in Bangalore by giving the first GTD Presentation in India by Indians! It all started out when Leslie Harradine (a David Allen Company Trainer) flew down to Bangalore, India to train our people in Vakil Housing in GTD. We realized to sustain […]
Editor’s Note: This just in from DOW Jones… IBM Offers Lotus Notes For Apple’s iPhone Sep 30, 2008 00:01:00 (ET) SAN FRANCISCO (Dow Jones)–International Business Machines Corp. (IBM) said Tuesday it was making its Lotus Notes tools, including email and calendar applications, available for Apple Inc.’s (AAPL) iPhone. Armonk, N.Y.-based IBM said that the latest […]
If you’re a GTD’er (or want to become one) and you happen to live overseas, your opportunity to learn from the master has just come much closer to home. Nathaniel Stott, a contributor to GTDtimes has reported that he and his associates at Life Architect have been working on the details for months and now, […]
By Scott Allen – Community Contributor I love reading good prose, particularly a good narrative. Sometimes prose is called for in an email — to tell a story, explain your reasoning, provide some depth regarding your feelings on a topic, etc. Some people prefer the phone or face-to-face for those things, but in many situations, […]
Editor’s Note: This is the first part of an article by David Allen. The rest of the article can be found in GTD Connect which is a product that requires a subscription. However as part of our efforts to expose people to this great GTD resource we are offering a free 14-day trial of GTD […]
I’ve got some big news for GTD enthusiasts and followers of David Allen’s Getting Things Done systematic approach to personal productivity. David in conjunction with the David Allen Company have just launched a new YouTube Channel dedicated to Getting Things Done. This new YouTube Channel is a compilation of those videos that David or his […]
By Scott Allen – Community Contributor Ahh…completion! You know the feeling. Inbox…empty. Weekly review…done. Deliverable…delivered. Project…complete. That slight rush as you say, “It is finished.” This can be a great additional motivation in getting things done. One little completion “fix” after another and pretty soon you’re on a major productivity roll. But there can be […]
Greg Stevenson, an avid GTD’er recently wrote DavidCo to let them know about a new Meetup Group he’s started in Orange County, CA. In the process of getting the word out about his meetup, Greg discovered Meetup.com and found out that there were actually 25 different GTD meetups taking place all over the country. I […]
Bloggers from around the net were in attendance and they were quick to post on David’s rather surprising dual appearances (actually the first appearance had been announced on the Office2.o website months ago) but David’s second appearance, sitting on the GTD Applications Panel was a delightful surprise made all the much more exciting for what […]
The fun of falling off the wagon and rollling in the grass. Summer holiday reflections as we get back to school with the kids.
A Community Contribution from Arif and Ali Vakil Have you ever found yourself in the situation where you’re completely overwhelmed with all the work that surrounds you? At those times do you then you catch yourself complaining about the outside world “I wish my job wasn’t so demanding”, “I wish there wasn’t so much competition”, […]