GTD® - BASIC BUNDLE

GTD® - BASIC BUNDLE

$22.35


Learn the fundamentals of the GTD system with the Getting Things Done book and the GTD Methodology Guides.

If you are just getting started with GTD, this is a great way to get a taste of what the GTD approach can do for you. If you already have some experience with GTD, this will remind you of the core processes and best practices.

Included in this bundle:
David Allen's bestselling book, Getting Things Done, in paperback. Get the original "manual" for GTD, with detailed overviews, examples and coaching advice to get your system up and running.

Topics covered in the book:
- Part I - the art of Getting Things Done
- Part II - coaching yourself through implementing the system
- Part III - the power of the key principles

The GTD Methodology Guides, one of our most popular products, distill the best practices of GTD into beautifully printed and durable color templates. Each 5" x 8.5" (13cm x 21.5cm) card covers one of the key models for learning and maintaining your GTD practice, including:

1. Incompletion Trigger Lists (for doing a Mind Sweep)
2. Natural Planning Model® (to help plan your projects)
3. Project Planning Trigger List (to help generate creative ideas)
4. Mastering Workflow Overview (to remind you of the 5 phases of getting control)
5. The GTD Weekly Review® checklist (to coach you through the critical success factor)
6. The GTD Workflow Diagram for Processing & Organizing (featuring the new updated version released in 2009)
7. Horizons of Focus® (for developing your priorities)

Reviews

David Allen is the Henry Ford of the digital age. David has created for the information worker what Henry built for the factory worker. If you desire to perform at your personal best, while maintaining peace of mind, and seek certainty in knowing that you are achieving your personal and professional goals -- then read this book. Apply its principles. It will change your life.
-Jeffrey S. Irby, VP, Unisys

Getting Things Done offers help building the new mental skills needed in an age of multitasking and overload.
-Sue Schellenbarger, The Wall Street Journal