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My personal Getting things done story

My personal Getting things done story

More papers and presentations by Cindy De Smet can be found on Academia: http://hogent.academia.edu/CindyDeSmet

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GTD, Tomatoes & Lifehacking Presentation Transcript

  • 1. GTD, Tomatoes & Lifehacking
  • 2. Cindy De Smet
  • 3. www.smetty.be
  • 4. 3 GTD observations
  • 5. 3 different GTD models
  • 6.
    • David Allen : Getting things done
    • Stephen R. Covey : The 7 habits of highly effective people
    • Francesco Cirillo : The Pomodoro technique
    • Getting Things Done Topless , workshop, Paircoaching.net
  • 7. Observation 1
  • 8. Too many to do lists on my desk
  • 9. GTD by David Allen
  • 10.  
  • 11. Free your mind
  • 12. Lifehacking
  • 13.
    • Formulate to do
    • Archive
    • Trash
    • Collect books
    • Bundle objects and store them
    • Someday/maybe
    • Right use of memory
  • 14. Observation 2
  • 15. Activity management
  • 16. The 7 Habits by Stephen Covey
  • 17.  
  • 18.
    • Traditional planners: Q1 and Q3
    • Delete actions Q3 and Q4
    • Determine mission statement, priorities, values & roles
    • Reflection
    • Focus on Q2 (roles & goals)
  • 19. Observation 3
  • 20. No concentration & no focus
  • 21. Pomodoro Technique by Francesco Cirillo
  • 22.  
  • 23.
    • Condition myself
    • Be aware of what you do
  • 24. Conclusion
  • 25. The challenge is not to manage time, but to manage ourselves (Stephen Covey)