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GTD 101 - Getting Things Done GTD 101 - Getting Things Done Presentation Transcript

  • GTD 101Stress-Free Productivity
  • Getting Things Done
  • Getting Things Done Work
  • Getting Things Done Work Life
  • Getting Things Done Work LifeManagement System
  • Is This For Me?
  • Is This For Me?
  • Is This For Me?
  • Is This For Me? I am driven by the latest andloudest, unsure about what I amdoing, unaware of what I am notdoing. My inventory of actions isincomplete and out of date. My intuition is inaccessible.
  • TransformOverwhelm & Overload intoStress-Free Productivity
  • ManageCommitments InformationCommunication
  • Key #1 : CaptureCapture any and everything that has your attention
  • Key #2 : Next ActionDefine actionable things discretelyinto outcomes and concrete next steps.
  • Key #3 : OrganizeOrganize reminders and information in the most streamlined way, in appropriate categories, based on how and when you need access to them.
  • Key #4 : ReviewFrequent reviews of six horizons of your commitments. purpose, vision, goals, areas of focus, projects and actions
  • Why GTD?Alleviate Overwhelmed Feeling Instill Confidence Release Creative Energy
  • PowerSimplicityFlexibilityImmediacy
  • Magic EnlivensEnlightensEmpowers
  • Workflow
  • Limiting Criteria Context Time Available Resources
  • Nature of WorkUnplanned WorkPre-Defined Work Defining Work
  • Horizons of Focus Purpose Vision Goals Responsibilities ProjectsCalendar/Actions
  • Review - PurposeWhen I have major decisions to make.
  • Review - VisionWhen I need inspiration and long- term direction.
  • Review - GoalsWhen I need to ensure I’m on track to get what I want.
  • Review - ResponsibilitiesWhen I need to ensure balance.
  • Review - ProjectsWhen I need to review my short term commitments.
  • Review - Calendar/ActionsWhen I need to know the “have-to’s” for today
  • Trust It’s Right I trust my judgement because myinventory of actions is complete and current, and my horizons of focus are in focus and integrated. My intuition is in play, vision sharp, decisions clear and psyche relaxed.
  • The Result Energy Clarity ExpansionExplorationExpression
  • How Do I Start? Process Your Desk Process Your Inbox Capture All TasksSetup Filing / Reference System Setup Calendar Weekly Review
  • How Long Will It Take? Processing 1hr - 3 Days Filing System 1hrFigure Half a Day to Full Day
  • I’m Lazy. Is There A Short Cut? Jumpstart w/ Capture Clear Out Inbox Setup Filing System
  • I’m Overwhelmed. I Can’t! Just Start No SortingProcess from Top to Bottom
  • Is GTD a Cult? No Yes Maybe
  • Tools? Capture DeviceCalendar / Tickler Filing System
  • Low or High Tech? Either WorksMoleskins R Evil (Rant)
  • Next Actions
  • Next ActionsWhat are they?
  • Next Actions What are they?I have too many of them.
  • Next Actions What are they? I have too many of them.Some seem to never disappear.
  • Next Actions What are they? How granular should they be? I have too many of them.Some seem to never disappear.
  • Next Actions What are they? How granular should they be? I have too many of them.Some seem to never disappear. Repeatable actions?
  • Contexts
  • ContextsWhat are they?
  • ContextsWhat are they? Still relevant?
  • Weekly Review What is it?
  • Best Practices
  • Best PracticesUbiquitous Capture
  • Best PracticesUbiquitous Capture Weekly Review
  • Best PracticesUbiquitous Capture Weekly Review Daily Glance
  • Best Practices Ubiquitous Capture Weekly Review Daily GlanceInbox / Outbox System
  • Best Practices Ubiquitous Capture Weekly Review Daily GlanceInbox / Outbox System Email Processing
  • Demo
  • Questions
  • Interactive Capture