Episode #254: Overcoming Procrastination
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by Drew Domkus
5h ago
In this new Skills Lab recording we took a deep dive into the causes of procrastination, and the cures. With quizzes, exercises, and practice scenarios, this is a valuable opportunity to fine-tune your GTD practice. The post Episode #254: Overcoming Procrastination appeared first on Getting Things Done ..read more
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Episode #253: Reflecting
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by Drew Domkus
1w ago
In this Skills Lab, we take a deep dive into the Reflect step in the GTD workflow. With quizzes, exercises, and practice scenarios, this will be a valuable opportunity to fine-tune your GTD practice. The post Episode #253: Reflecting 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
1w 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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Episode #251: Projects and Next Actions
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by Drew Domkus
3w ago
This was the first of several planned GTD Skills Lab webinars. In this installment, we focus on the fundamentals of projects and next actions. Through a set of fun quizzes, engaging practice scenarios, and lively group discussions, this is a valuable opportunity to fine-tune your GTD practice. The post Episode #251: Projects and Next Actions appeared first on Getting Things Done ..read more
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Episode #250: Projects and Someday Maybe Lists
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by Drew Domkus
1M ago
In this recording, we talk about the nature of Someday/Maybe items, and how the Someday/Maybe list is closely related to the Projects list. The post Episode #250: Projects and Someday Maybe Lists appeared first on Getting Things Done ..read more
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The Direction Correction Badge
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by John Forrister
1M 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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Episode #250: Let’s Talk About Contexts
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by Drew Domkus
1M ago
David Allen and Kelly Forrister discuss contexts in GTD, including what has and has not changed with technology, mobility, and hybrid work environments. The post Episode #250: Let’s Talk About Contexts appeared first on Getting Things Done ..read more
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Episode #249: GTD and Personality
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by Drew Domkus
1M ago
GTD trainers Paul Vahur and William Elliott talked about how various personality traits may affect GTD practice. The post Episode #249: GTD and Personality appeared first on Getting Things Done ..read more
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Fast Forward to Yesterday
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by John Forrister
1M 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
1M 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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