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Our GTD podcasts are here to support you at every stage of your GTD practice. You will hear interviews with people from all walks of life about their journey with GTD, from beginners to those who have been at it for years. The podcasts include personal and professional stories, as well as practical tips about GTD systems for desktop and mobile, using apps and paper. Start listening now and you'll be well on your way to stress-free productivity.
 
Welcome to the GTD® Virtual Study Group! This is a twice-monthly live call that focuses in on productivity and Getting Things Done. We are a supportive global community dedicated to inspiring and empowering personal growth. We focus on general principles of productivity, how to become more successful in life, and the Getting Things Done®* task management methodology. Join our live calls on the second and fourth Thursdays every month at 4:00pm Eastern! Simply dial 1-857-216-6700, Pin 559525! ...
 
Coach, Author and Entrepreneur Candace Duff's goal is to help you remove the roadblacks stopping you from achieving your life, career and book writing goals so you can live the life you were meant to live. In this show, she and her guests share actionable strategies for higher self-esteem, productivity, positivity and focus so you can get things done, write that book, and attain greater life, writing, career, and business success. Get ready to be inspired, educated and entertained.
 
Gist.fm peeks into the bookshelves of successful entrepreneurs and remarkable thinkers pulling out those ideas you wish you’d heard before and the ones you need to hear again. We pick timely and timeless pieces of nonfiction and boil them down to 20 minutes with the help of their authors and professional voice actors. Learn how FBI hostage negotiators handle difficult conversations; what a study of 80,000 managers tells us about hiring and motivating people; what most productivity hacks gros ...
 
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Back in 2015, David Allen and Brian Robertson had a discussion about GTD and Holacracy. In this new talk, they catch up about the current state of the intersection between individual and organizational productivity. You'll hear some interesting similarities between the two models, as well as some parallels in their history and purpose. (Originally …
 
Lars Rothschild Henriksen describes his journey from working as a software engineer to becoming the only certified GTD trainer in Denmark. His inspirational story is based on his Horizon 5 interest in helping people, and finding GTD to be a very effective way to accomplish that purpose. He has used a wide variety of digital tools to track commitmen…
 
Such a great conversation about Horizons and how we come to understand and develop them for ourselves. If you’ve been struggling to define your higher horizons, this episode really might help shed some light on how some of us have worked on ours. Check out the Official GTD® Virtual Study Group website for resources from the call and more:…
 
Stephen Reese is a professor of journalism at the University of Texas at Austin. He has long been a student of productivity, with years of history using tools from low-tech to high-tech. You'll enjoy hearing him discuss his GTD practice, especially his "habits of the mind for the intellectual craftsman." The article that Stephen mentions during the…
 
Happy New Year! In this special episode, Ray Sidney-Smith and Michelle Gunn talk about a 12-week program that Ray is running for the GTD® community -- Getting Things Done® Workbook Study Group. It starts January 3rd, 2022. Sign up at , then search under courses. A very special thank you to Ray Sidney-Smith for offering this program and all that he …
 
This is an installation and implementation session on the higher Horizons of Focus?. We will spend time exploring if anything has your attention at each of the horizons, and will end with integrating the horizons at the project and next action levels. During the session, there are sections where you can create or refine what you have on each of the…
 
David explores the psychology of productivity with William Elliott, a counseling psychologist and GTD master trainer in South Africa. William describes his own journey with attention-deficit disorder, and finding GTD as a support for becoming more organized. He has wise words about how humility and accepting our limitations can improve our producti…
 
From the archives (July 2013) - Senior Coaches Meg Edwards and Kelly Forrister share the 3 types of ways to review your GTD system. You'll learn about what's best to review on a daily, weekly, quarterly, and yearly basis to keep on track and aligned with what's important to you. Includes helpful tips around reviewing projects, action lists, goals, …
 
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 talks about capturing into your physical in-tray. …………………………………………………. https://gettingthingsdone.com https://gtdconnect.com https://www.instagram.com/gtdtimes/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/david-allen-company/ https://www.facebook.com/gettingthingsdone https://www.youtube.com/user/gtd …………………………………………………. #GTD #gettingthingsdone #Da…
 
David Allen talks about the three Cs of effective systems -- Consistent, Current, and Context-driven. …………………………………………………. https://gettingthingsdone.com https://gtdconnect.com https://www.instagram.com/gtdtimes/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/david-allen-company/ https://www.facebook.com/gettingthingsdone https://www.youtube.com/user/gtd ………………………
 
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