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Go beyond passion to peaceful purposefulness

I have been attempting to understand why it bugs me to hear professional motivators talk about the necessity for “passion” to be successful. Perhaps I’m just getting too old and lazy to be interested in jacking up my emotions about anything. (Getting passionate about something usually seems to me like hard work.) Or perhaps it’s … Continue reading...

Episode #115: In Conversation with Evan Taubenfeld

From the archives: David Allen interviews Evan Taubenfeld, a young up-and-coming rock musician, writer, and producer. David calls him a prime candidate for the poster child of GTD. Listen in as Evan shares how he uses GTD in his creative process. The post Episode #115: In Conversation with Evan Taubenfeld appeared first on Getting Things Done®.

New GTD partners in five countries

We are pleased to announce that we have new GTD distribution partners in five more countries. The post New GTD partners in five countries appeared first on Getting Things Done®.

Episode #114: Leading Organizations Through Challenging Times with GTD

From the archives: Lots to discuss about challenging times and the economy, and people trying to do more with less and how that relates to their individual and organizational systems. The post Episode #114: Leading Organizations Through Challenging Times with GTD appeared first on Getting Things Done®.

Episode #113: Best Practices of Organize

From the archives: Kelly Forrister, David Allen and Robert Peake talk about some of the best practices to complete the Organize portion of the 5 step process, as they also describe what Organize really means. The post Episode #113: Best Practices of Organize appeared first on Getting Things Done®.

Episode #112: Holacracy and Dynamic Steering

From the archives: What would your organizational structure be like if everyone is fully accountable for the roles they hold, both implicitly and explicitly? Can you imagine meetings where the things that you have your attention on are consistently and efficiently processed to concrete Projects & Next Actions? Join David Allen and Kelly Forrister...

Are you overwhelmed by long lists?

Are you overwhelmed by long lists? David Allen's advice for choosing what to do from your many possibilities. The post Are you overwhelmed by long lists? appeared first on Getting Things Done®.

Episode #111: GTD for Creative People

From the GTD Slice of Life archive: Musician Evan Taubenfeld and entertainment lawyer Danny Passman join David Allen and Coach Kelly Forrister in an inspiring conversation about GTD for creative people. Lots of wonderful nuggets in this one about finding the creative spark within the structure of a GTD system. The post Episode #111: GTD for Creative...

Episode #110: GTD on KQED

From the archives: David Allen joins Scott Shafer on KQED Public Radio's show called Forum. He describes his system of reducing stress, becoming more creative, while increasing productivity. The post Episode #110: GTD on KQED appeared first on Getting Things Done®.

GTD and Teams

A recurring question from people new to GTD, or interested in its applicability to an organization, is “How does GTD relate to teams?” The post GTD and Teams appeared first on Getting Things Done®.

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