Getting Others to Change
GTD Blog
by John Forrister
1M ago
How do you motivate people to change their behavior? This is a common question for managers, executives, coaches, teachers, parents, and anyone else who ever wants other people around them to act differently in a consistent way. The post Getting Others to Change appeared first on Getting Things Done ..read more
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The Second-worst Task List App
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by John Forrister
2M ago
The second-worst task list app is an inbox with stuff that’s been there more than 48 hours. Here are some reasons the inbox is a poor list manager. The post The Second-worst Task List App appeared first on Getting Things Done ..read more
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The Direction Correction Badge
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by John Forrister
3M ago
I’ve noticed that one of the hardest things for people to do is to change what they’re doing to something better to be doing, when there’s nothing externally forcing them to. But to unhook from whatever groove we’re in, in the moment, and shift the focus of awareness and physical energies into something that may not be as immediately easy or comfortable...I think that takes real strength. The post The Direction Correction Badge appeared first on Getting Things Done ..read more
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Fast Forward to Yesterday
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by John Forrister
3M ago
I wouldn't have wanted yesterday any different. I might have ended the day with a shorter inbox and next action list, but might not have had as rich a life. The post Fast Forward to Yesterday appeared first on Getting Things Done ..read more
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The Process Pressure Points are Personal
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by GTD Times Staff
3M ago
The most successful executives/professionals/people keep their decks clear, make decisions on the front end, dispatch the results to trusted people and systems, track commitments rigorously (their own and others’) and get physically engaged taking actions on the projects they own. The post The Process Pressure Points are Personal appeared first on Getting Things Done ..read more
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Choosing what to do
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by John Forrister
1y ago
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? … The post Choosing what to do appeared first on Getting Things Done ..read more
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Steven Coutinho-Story to Innovation
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by Drew Domkus
1y ago
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 ..read more
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Quick Executive Tips with David Allen
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by Drew Domkus
1y ago
David Allen shares 5 quick executive tips that will help you right away. The post Quick Executive Tips with David Allen appeared first on Getting Things Done ..read more
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Guided GTD Weekly Review®
GTD Blog
by Drew Domkus
1y ago
Experience what David Allen calls the "critical success factor" with GTD®, by going through a complete GTD Weekly Review®. You'll get a taste of all 11 steps of the process, with helpful advice along the way. Please note that this recording has not been edited to remove the several minutes of silence for you to do each of the 11 parts of the review. The post Guided GTD Weekly Review® appeared first on Getting Things Done ..read more
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Your Priorities: Leaping from Hope to Trust
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by John Forrister
1y ago
GTD makes the intuitive leaps about what action to take more a matter of trust than hope. The post Your Priorities: Leaping from Hope to Trust appeared first on Getting Things Done ..read more
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