Posts Tagged ‘coaching’
Upcoming GTD webinars: GTD in a Sales Role and Getting Started
We’re hosting two webinars this month on GTD Connect, our online learning center. GTD in a Sales Role – June 17 from 10am-11am Pacific Time Hear how two seasoned sales professionals apply GTD to managing opportunities, building relationships, and tracking tactical actions with clients. Getting Started with GTD – June 27 from 11am-12pm Pacific Time […]
Too much reading? Best way to deal with it
The best way to deal with having too much reading to do.
Doing a Year End Review
Two of our senior David Allen Company coaches will be leading a webinar on doing a year end review, next Tuesday, December 7th from 10am-11am pacific time. Free for all GTD Connect members, including those on a guest pass. Login to GTD Connect to register through the link on the home page. The webinar will […]
When do you call something a project?
Here’s a sneak peak at our new GTD® Managing Projects Audio Set releasing soon. This new set includes 6 CDs chock full of a tips, tricks and education on the GTD models for seamlessly managing your projects. You’ll hear from David Allen and two senior coaches on the best practices and common questions people implementing […]
Don't be a stranger to your lists
One of the things that helps me stay current with my GTD system and not have the Weekly Review feel like a major renovation, is that I review my Next Actions lists whenever I feel like it and as often as I can. Whenever I coach people who have slipped out of regular reviews (call […]
How a senior executive transformed his systems
As many of you know, David is an enthusiastic fan of Lotus Notes with eProductivity. Here’s a 4 minute video of the transformation of an executive David coached who implemented GTD along with eProductivity (and the amazing ripple effect that also had on his direct reports.) [HTML1]
How to dig out from your backlog
Two of our Senior Coaches, Leslie Harradine and Kelly Forrister, are doing another one-hour Webinar on Digging Out From Backlog. It was such a popular Webinar the first time around (watch the archive on GTD Connect,) that it’s being offered again with more in-depth tips, tricks and strategies. Seems like backlog is a common challenge […]
How do you control paper?
Q: I write down everything but I always seem to end up having problems controlling all the pieces of paper and lists; what are your suggestions? Coach Janet Riley: Writing everything down is a great first step. All those “notes” where you’ve captured and collected what’s in your head, need to be put into an […]
You are in control when you can see it all
No matter what level or field we find ourselves on, whether it is the corporate/professional aspect or our personal/home life, we set priorities and act on what we think is important. We could call that “simplifying” our lives. And by that we do not mean lowering our standards, but rather focusing on the ones that […]
Being comfortable with letting things get out of control
Question: I listened to your Webinar on Procrastination (you can find this Webinar on GTD Connect, our online learning center) and have found that I have trouble starting to “do” anything when I know there is a lot of unprocessed stuff. I have the type of job whereby e-mails, paper, and other things accumulate rapidly […]