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  • Episode #43: The Power of the GTD Weekly Review® 15 August 2018
    David Allen shares his thoughts on what a good Weekly Review is and isn’t, as well as some valuable tips and tricks from his years in the trenches. Download a free Weekly Review Checklist. Listen Now   Subscribe or Download iTunes Stitcher Libsyn Google Play Music Spotify SoundCloud
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  • GTD Courses and Coaching 9 August 2018
    Our Global Partners offer GTD public and private courses and coaching services around the world. Find GTD training near you.  
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  • There is always more to do than you can do 1 August 2018
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  • Is there anything besides GTD? 31 July 2018
    QUESTION: Is there something else besides GTD worth exploring in the area of personal process management? DAVID ALLEN: Frankly there is nothing in the area of “personal process management” beyond the GTD process itself. Many people mistake GTD as something that has to have all the suggestions in the book in some format; and most […]
    GTD Times Staff
  • The Easiest Hard Rule to Follow 11 July 2018
    If you pass one tiny piece of paper on the ground, without picking it up, you’re fired. At least, that’s the story I heard once about a standard for employees at Disneyland. Apparently they had figured out how many less human resources they needed to keep the place clean, if it was kept spotless. Think […]
    GTD Times Staff
  • New Getting Things Done for Teens book 10 July 2018
    The most interconnected generation in history is navigating unimaginable amounts of social pressure, both in personal and online interactions. Very little time, focus, or education is being spent teaching and coaching this generation how to navigate this unprecedented amount of “stuff” entering their lives each day. How do we help the overloaded and distracted next […]
    GTD Times Staff
  • Marx’s GTD Story 9 July 2018
    Your name  Marx Acosta-Rubio What do you do for work? I own several companies and coach entrepreneurs how to be successful and happy. Where do you live? Near Dallas, Texas. How did you hear about GTD? A friend recommended the book and then I hired David Allen to be my first consultant for my first […]
    GTD Times Staff
  • Episode #42: Getting Things Done for Teens 8 July 2018
    David Allen, Mike Williams, and Mark Wallace discuss the brand new book Getting Things Done for Teens, including what’s different, what’s the same, and some of the wisdom they’ve garnered in writing the book together. Learn more at   Listen Now    Subscribe or Download iTunes Stitcher Libsyn Google Play Music Spotify SoundCloud
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  • GTD & Things Setup Guide 8 July 2018
    We’re excited to announce the release of our new GTD Setup Guide for Things 3! We know some of you have been wanting this one for years. Here you go!                     Buy the full Guide Download a sample    
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  • There is no “perfect” way to do GTD 7 July 2018
    Your name: Jodie E Francis What do you do for work? I work for a federal government department as the information management lead for our branch’s national scientific collections housed in Ottawa, and we are in the process of moving our collections to a more modern facility. Where do you live? Ottawa, Ontario, Canada How […]
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  • How to Help a Friend With Depression Learn to Love Life Again 15 August 2018
    While there seems to be a ton of articles and advice available that is tailored for those who are struggling with depression, there doesn’t seem to be too many articles made for those who have friends that are struggling with depression. However, helping a friend through difficult times is just as important! For those of […]
    Dylan Buckley
  • What Avoidant Attachment Can Do to Your Relationships 15 August 2018
    Most of us want to have great relationships. Relationships are such a huge part of our lives. There’s the relationship with our spouse or our long term partners. Or it could be a romantic relationship that’s just starting out. We have the interaction of a relationship with our parents and maybe our kids. We have work […]
    Mat Apodaca
  • How Observational Learning Can Have a Huge Impact on Productivity 15 August 2018
    Someone walks over, introduces themselves and raises their hand out in front of you. How do you know what you’re supposed to do next? If this were the first time you saw this behavior, you wouldn’t have a clue. If you were from an Eastern culture, you might go to bow toward this person. But […]
    Scott Jeffrey
  • 17 Versatile Work Skills Employers Want to See in Potential Employees 14 August 2018
    When we look at a job advertisement, it can seem as though employers want an exhaustive list of experience and technical skills from their new hire. They list desirable qualities such as ‘initiative’, ‘team player’ and ‘strong work ethic’. Those words can mean a variety of things to different people and it can be quite […]
    Malachi Thompson
  • How to Calm Down Anxiety When Your Brain is in Overdrive 14 August 2018
    We all experience anxiety and stress, and that’s a good thing. If we didn’t, we would not be human and would be unable to protect ourselves and our loved ones from danger. For example, imagine that while driving you notice another car speeding, looking like it was going to run a stoplight. If you get […]
    Judith Belmont
  • 20 Coping Skills That Will Help You During Times of Stress 14 August 2018
    Few things in life are guaranteed, although I can be quite certain when I say: Someone is going to really annoy you. Someone is going to die and leave you feeling empty and unable to go on. Something out of the blue is going to challenge you to the core of your humanity. Something is […]
    Mandie Holgate
  • 34 Kids Yoga Exercises That Boost Self Esteem (And Physical Flexibility) 13 August 2018
    Kids these days face more challenges than any generation that came before. Between cyber-bullying, the over-use of technology in general and things like STAAR testing, the amount of stress kids face is incredible. Add to that a busier work schedule for parents that often has both parents working outside the home, and it’s no wonder […]
    Jeff Campbell
  • 16 Bogus Myths About People Skills that Popular People Already Know 13 August 2018
    Being likable, saying yes to everything, always being in a good mood… Our society is governed by rules about what’s acceptable and advisable. How do you live up to these expectations while being a loving parent, a loyal employee and a socially active friend? Differentiate the really important people skills from false standards. All around […]
    Ieva Baranova
  • How to Improve Credit Score Quickly with These 10 Tactics that Work 13 August 2018
    It’s been months since you’ve tried improving your credit score but had little success. And since you’re planning to make large purchases soon, you start feeling hopeless. The problem is you don’t know where to start. With too many resources available, you become paralyzed with fear. But you know you can’t sit still forever. So […]
  • Your Body on Caffeine Addiction: 70 Cups of Coffee in 7 Days 10 August 2018
    A previous boss of mine once proudly stated that he drank 10 cups of coffee every single day. Completely baffled, yet also intrigued by that statement, I couldn’t help but wonder how he might feel. Is his sleep restful? Does he feel productive and healthy? Is drinking this amount dangerous? That’s why I decided recently […]
    Florian Wüest

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