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From the archives (May 2010): Audio Only version of the third episode in the Road to Black Belt "boot camp" series, where Coaches Meg Edwards & Kelly Forrister take a deep dive into the Review & Do phases of GTD.
From the archives: Listen in as David chats with best-selling author Dan Pink, getting an inside look into his own path, his research and observations about people and the nature of work, and his own use of GTD for managing himself with all of that. Dan is a journalist and the author of Free Agent Nation, A Whole New Mind, Drive, and To Sell Is Hum…
David Allen explores how groups that want to foster friendliness can fall into the trap of not making it clear who is accountable for which outcomes. The result is not so nice.
From the archives: David Allen sits down with John Jantsch from Duct Tape Marketing and talk about Getting Things Done®
David Allen offers this reminder that you can be smarter than your mind by capturing, clarifying, and organizing your thoughts.
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From the archives: David Allen interviews Garrison, the son of a staff member who was coached in GTD® at the age of 10 years old. What happens when someone grows up on GTD®?
From the archives: A discussion about all of the components that can possibly make up your ideal GTD® system, since there is no one perfect system.
From the archives: David talks with Greg Voisen from Inside Personal Growth as they discuss GTD. The topics and conversation have as much value today as they did back then.
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From the archives: Different perspectives on what's good to know and what's good to use when it comes to the abundance of list managers that are now available as GTD becomes more popular.
David Allen talks about the apparent, and the more subtle, power of naming things.
David hops on the Work Awesome podcast to talk about Getting Things Done.
From the archives: David was interviewed by Doug Goldstein about GTD in general but also about how it translates into the financial planning side of life.
From the archives: Kelly Forrester and David Allen talk about pointers and tips, and where can you start, when it comes to learning GTD.
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.
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.
From the archives: Kelly Forrester, 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.
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 a…
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.…
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.
From the archives: David shares his experience with GTD on the road and optimizing travel productivity.
Part 2 of 2 (The complete conversation is available at GTDconnect) David Allen met with three trainers from our global network, to discuss how GTD can help to reduce burnout. While it has been an issue for years, burnout has been rising steeply since early 2020. The World Health Organization now calls burnout an official medical diagnosis. It is a …
Part 1 of 2 David Allen met with three trainers from our global network, to discuss how GTD can help to reduce burnout. While it has been an issue for years, burnout has been rising steeply since early 2020. The World Health Organization now calls burnout an official medical diagnosis. It is a result of chronic workplace stress that has not been su…
From the archives: David talks about the challenge of procrastination and the reasons why we do it. He also explains the difference between procrastination and intuitive holding.