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Episode #192: David Allen talks with Bruce Fetzer

Bruce Fetzer took a productivity training with David Allen in the 1980s. Since then he has been applying what he learned. His work with the John E. Fetzer Memorial Trust has been his major focus in the last few years. The mission of the trust is to advance integrated, relational views of reality through exploring scientific frontiers and universal spiritual...

Choosing what to do

The five steps of GTD workflow are Capture, Clarify, Organize, Reflect, and Engage. When it’s time to Engage, people often ask how to choose from what may be long lists of tasks to do. That’s when it’s helpful to use the criteria for choosing: Context – What place, tool, or person will the action require? … Continue reading "Choosing what to do"...

Episode #191: GTD for Educators

Join us for a discussion of how two educators apply the GTD methodology. Erik Johnson teaches high school in Chicago, and David Drake is a professor of microbiology at the University of Iowa. They both have a passion for teaching, and have adapted GTD make their busy profession easier to manage. You'll hear them talk about their areas of focus, projects,...

Episode #190: David Allen and Eric Mack on the Ultimate GTD App

At the GTD Summit, David Allen briefly shared a vision of the ultimate GTD app which consists of 19 pages of hand-drawn drafts of the screens he would want to use. To expand on that topic, we recorded David talking with Eric Mack about the past, present, and future of GTD software. It's a wide-ranging discussion with stories that will inform, entertain,...

Episode #189: David Allen talks with Kevin Kelly

Kevin Kelly calls himself a "packager of ideas" and a "predictor of the present." Both of those are in evidence as Kevin talks with David about range of ideas. Kevin is a co-founder of Wired magazine, where his title is Senior Maverick. His most recent book is called The Inevitable: Understanding the 12 Technological Forces That Will Shape Our Future,...

Episode #188: David Allen talks with Dan Pardi

With a PhD in sleep science, Dan Pardi has plenty to say about the relationship between sleep and productivity. In this wide-ranging interview, David Allen talks with Dan about how sleep, rest, and mental acuity affect productivity. The post Episode #188: David Allen talks with Dan Pardi appeared first on Getting Things Done®.

Episode #187: Slice of GTD Life with Keri Hobert

Dr. Keri Hobert has worked for several community health organizations, and is currently with the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless in Denver. Her GTD journey began around 2012 with a search for a list manager. She has tried Things, Nirvana, Outlook, and now uses OmniFocus for her lists. In addition to hearing her describe her own system, you?ll find...

Can GTD® help you do less?

Question: It seems to me that focus and productivity are different concepts that often get conflated. When people think of productivity, they seem to think of doing more, faster. When people think of focus, they seem to think of doing less, more deliberately. Doing more faster, in my view, simply means being more efficiently frenzied, and it appears...

William Elliot on Building Courage

William Elliott, GTD® trainer and coach in South Africa, talks about ways to use GTD to deal with anxiety or fear. He starts by offering a definition of courage, and moves to specific questions you can ask yourself that give practical help during times of stress. The post William Elliot on Building Courage appeared first on Getting Things Done®.

Steven Coutinho-Story to Innovation

Steven Coutinho talks about how the stories we make up can get in the way of productively innovating, and shares his vision of what school could be like. The post Steven Coutinho-Story to Innovation appeared first on Getting Things Done®.

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