Have fun in your command. Don’t always run at a breakneck pace. Take leave when you’ve earned it, spend time with your families.
Where do you stand, today, on the matrix of self-management? In less than two minutes, GTD-Q will give you a visual representation of where you fit in terms of the two critical elements of self management—control and perspective.
With the GTD approach to getting email under control, you can stay connected, or take a vacation away from email, and trust that your decision is healthy.
Technology should enhance productivity, making it easier to get things done so you have more leisure time. But have tools that are designed to help really just added to our workload, distraction, and stress?
We’re jeopardizing long-term productivity by eliminating predictable time off that ensures balance in our lives.
If you’re looking for practical time management training, watch a busy mom for a day.
There are very few times and places we really have the appropriate energy level, tools, and uninterrupted time frames towork on some of our “most important” work.
When Office Technology Overwhelms, Get Organized
GTD’s systematic approach relieves the stress, and makes the busy-ness of our modern lives sustainable.
GTD can help integrate your professional and personal life.
You’ll know if you have capacity to say yes because with GTD, you already have an inventory of your projects and actions, the things you’re already commited to.
Vacations enhance productivity, according to David Allen.
The GTD system/process/approach should be in service to YOU and what works for YOU.
I decided to apply the Natural Planning Model from GTD to my overall life plan.
Several GTD Times readers asked for this video — a classic from David’s presentation at Google a couple of years ago.
GTD creates more space in our thinking, so we can manage the surprises of an increasingly complex world.
Managing the flow of work can be approached from many altitudes. We have roughly categorized “work” into six levels, or horizons of focus.
David Allen was a speaker at the Do Lectures this summer in Wales. The Do lectures are all about getting a handful of speakers together in one place, in the hope that they may inspire you to go Do something. To give you the tools and the desire to change the things you care about. […]
We received this letter from Bruce, about his recent experience with GTD Connect: I joined GTD Connect a week or two ago, and I’m discovering that it is an excellent resource. The amount of content is awesome, and you have developed an active community. (Initially I thought: $48/month is a lot of money. Now I […]
We’d love to know how many of you have read Getting Things Done, Ready For Anything or Making It All Work. [HTML1] (please vote and submit separately for each one) Looking to join a book club to discuss David Allen’s books? We have lively discussions about all three of these on GTD Connect, our online […]