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May 20 2008

David Allen – Making it all Work

The new book from David Allen is now available for pre-order at the Amazon bookstore. The book is being hailed as the sequel to the fantastic “Getting Things Done” and aims to start with the GTD book left off. Concentrating on winning at the game of work and the business of life. I have already […]

Jan 14 2008

How I Solved the Problem of Collecting Tasks!

Hope you are all having a productive day! If you are not already, now is a great time to subscribe to this blog in your favorite RSS reader so you can keep up to date with all the posts. One of the major improvements in my life since starting following the Getting Things Done Methodology, […]

Sep 27 2007

David Allen on Getting Things Done – GTD

Found this rather good video on YouTube that is an interview with David Allen and a great intro to GTD. Ever been asked what GTD is? Show them this video and all will be explained!

Apr 23 2007

Five Processing Tips for Getting Things Done

Well, I survived the collection and processing stages of implementing the GTD Methodology and along the way I made a note of five top tips that I would like to share with you on the Processing section of the GTD Methodology. I am presuming you have read my post on Processing, Getting In to Empty, […]

Apr 16 2007

Processing – Getting In to Empty – Chapter 6

Well, I thought it was about time to write the next installment in my journey to stress free productivity utilizing the GTD system. Hopefully, you will already have read my previous posts on Getting Started, and also my “stuff” Collection Day. Well, as stated in the collection day post, I collected rather a lot of […]

Mar 15 2007

The “Stuff” Collection Day – Getting Things Done Chapter 5

Well, today was the collection day. For those of you have have not read or are not familiar with the Getting Things Done methodology from David Allen, the collection day is where you collect all of your “stuff” into your inbox. This is a different task for everybody but I would like to explain how […]

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Mar 14 2007

Getting Started – Getting Things Done Chapter 4

Now that the book is read, there is no time like the present to start. I have allocated a day to collection, and also as long as it takes to processing. This is one of the benefits of working for yourself. You control your own time. Chapter 4 of the Getting Things Done book is […]

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Feb 27 2007

The Planning Models – Natural Planning with GTD

In a previous blog entry, I introduced Chapter 3 of the Getting Things Done book by David Allen. We looked at Horizontal and Vertical focus with respect to our projects and I explained the difference between these two methods of project planning and review. We are now going to look at the three planning models […]

Feb 9 2007

Chapter 3 – Getting Projects Creatively Under Way

I am now through with chapter 3 of the Getting Things Done book from David Allen. Chapter 3 is titled Getting Projects Creatively Under Way: The Five Phases of Project Planning. This chapter is the longest so far in the book and looks at the way we should, and probably already do identify and manage […]

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Jan 21 2007

Chapter 2 – Introducing the GTD Methodology

Well, I am now through with Chapter 2, entitled Getting Control of Your Life: The Five Stages Of Mastering Workflow. This chapter covers the five-stage method for managing workflow. These five stages are: Collect Process Organize Review Do The Four-Criteria Model for Choosing Actions in the Moment The Threefold Model for Evaluating Daily Work The […]

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