David Allen's GTD® Methodology
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Episode #246: Slice of GTD Life with Rene Lie

Rene Lie started his career as a musician, and has branched out in surprising ways. From his home in Norway, he describes how he started with GTD, the tools he has used, and his decision to become a GTD trainer. He has even found ways to do the seemingly impossible -- get family and colleagues to do GTD, or at least parts of it. He's also still an active...

Thu Feb 15, 2024 21:58
Episode #245: GTD with Morten and Lars

Today's episode is with Morten and Lars from Vital Learning. Listen in as they discuss the GTD Summer Camp in Denmark, the new book Getting Things Done with Others, and GTD Connect membership. The post Episode #245: GTD with Morten and Lars appeared first on Getting Things Done®.

Wed Feb 7, 2024 18:38
Episode #244: Ah, Smell the Roses

David Allen encourages us to enjoy the journey, even when projects take longer than anticipated. The post Episode #244: Ah, Smell the Roses appeared first on Getting Things Done®.

Wed Jan 31, 2024 06:39
Episode #243: Slice of GTD Life with Renese King

We have a new Slice of GTD Life recording with Renese King. She is a longtime GTD practitioner who has tried multiple paper and digital solutions for her GTD system. She describes how she heard about GTD, and her current combination of digital and paper tools. The post Episode #243: Slice of GTD Life with Renese King appeared first on Getting Things...

Wed Jan 24, 2024 07:25
Episode #242: Slice of GTD Life with Richards and Spurgeon

This is a special Slice of GTD Life, because it's with two people instead of one, and because they talk about how their GTD practice is involved with running the company Sauna Space. Brian Richards and Christal Spurgeon discuss the tools they use for GTD, how their employees learn and use GTD, and how GTD fits with the self-managing approach the company...

Wed Jan 17, 2024 08:33
Episode #241: David Allen and Mark Tigchelaar

David Allen talks with psychologist Mark Tigchelaar about how the brain deals with distractions, and how long it takes to recover from distractions. Mark points out that dopamine inflation leads to our seeking out new stimuli. His advice: "Minimize the number of switches that you make during the day, without missing what's important." The post Episode...

Wed Jan 10, 2024 07:23

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