GTD at Home

By Michael Sliwinski – Community Contributor “Don’t try this at home” (MTV – Music Television) As I mentioned in my last article, being at the GTD seminar and listening to David Allen inspired me to try out different approaches to GTD. I decided to actually try GTD at home. I had a pleasure of talking …

Live Blogging the Mastering Workflow Seminar: Are there any b…y actions on your current lists?

Kelly just gave an interesting illustration of thinking about projects from a…z. Here’s how this works: Z represents the successful outcome – what your project will look like when done. A represents the next single physical action to take to move forward. b…y represents any additional action steps (but not the next action) along the …

Live Blogging the Mastering Workflow Seminar: What supports/gets in the way of your productivity?

TIME 9:37 AM Kelly started the discussion with a great question: On a 1-10 scale, how would you rate your productivity over the last two weeks?1= I should have stayed in bed. 10=Master of Control & Perspective What supports you/gets in the way of you being at 10 more often? Great question. Some surprising answers. …

Live Blogging the Mastering Workflow Seminar: GTD Mastering Workflow with Kelly Forrister

TIME: 8:45 AM I’m in Newport Beach today, attending the GTD Mastering Workflow Seminar. Although I’ve been to about a dozen GTD and MAP* seminars over the past 15 years, I continue to learn something new each and every time I attend. Kelly Forrister is our presenter today, so I’m certain it will be a …

5 Things GTD Won’t Fix

By Scott Allen – Community Contributor I read with interest Matthew Cornell’s piece on 10 GTD “holes” (and how to plug them). I was particularly interested in the section on simplified GTD, as that’s something I’ve practiced myself. I also empathized with many of the other points he made regarding implementation challenges. And I do …

Brain Science and a Ringside Seat to a Stroke – A TED Talk Worth Watching

Not that this is specific to GTD, this TED Talk, delivered by Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor, a brain scientist, details her very personal experience with brain trauma as she had a ringside seat to her very own stroke. This is a powerful presentation with an important message – well worth the 20 minutes to view. …