Getting Things Done             @marialangat
TOO MUCH STUFF
Unfinished tasks and unfulfilledcommitments cause most of your        everyday stress
What is GTD?Incrediblypractical processthat can helpbusy peopleregain control oftheir lives
Getting Things DoneAction & Time Management SystemAll about Front-end PlanningComplements our inefficient “Mental Reminder...
The Matrix of Self-Management                    High Perspective                                 Master &               C...
THE HOW THE HOW
5 Stages of Mastering Workflow            Collection           Processing           Organizing            Reviewing       ...
1. CollectFirst thing to do is Write it downEmpty everything out of your head and into your “bucket”...
2. ProcessStart at the top, one item at a timeNever put anything back to ‘in’Decide What is the next step?
3. OrganizeProjects and ActionsPut everything in its placeThere are many tools, Keep it Simple
4. ReviewDecide the Most important thing to be doing right now, and do it.At least once a week, review and reorganise
5. Do it!By keeping your head clear, keeping your  to-do lists organised, and your projects under review, you’ll find it m...
file:///C:/Users/Maria/Downloads/GTD-Map.jpg
BUT REALLY, HOW?
Workflow Examples1.   Email: Newsletter from iHub2.   Email: Can you recommend a hotel?3.   Meeting: JIRA Issues4.   Class...
My Personal GTD Tools   Gmail + GTD   Notebook – “bucket”   Diary – Daily Lists   Excel – project plan
TAKE -AWAYS
Write it downWhat is the next step?Keep it SimpleMost important thingDO
ResourcesGTD – The bookGetting Things Done FAQ at Zen HabitsGmail + GTD at LifeHackerVarious resources at SlideShare
THANKS. THANKS.
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An introduction to Getting Things Done system created by David Allen. Turn all your stuff into real, actionable items that you can DO and be done with.

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  1. 1. Getting Things Done @marialangat
  2. 2. TOO MUCH STUFF
  3. 3. Unfinished tasks and unfulfilledcommitments cause most of your everyday stress
  4. 4. What is GTD?Incrediblypractical processthat can helpbusy peopleregain control oftheir lives
  5. 5. Getting Things DoneAction & Time Management SystemAll about Front-end PlanningComplements our inefficient “Mental Reminder System”
  6. 6. The Matrix of Self-Management High Perspective Master & Crazy Maker Commander Low Control High Control Micro Reactor Manager Low Perspective
  7. 7. THE HOW THE HOW
  8. 8. 5 Stages of Mastering Workflow Collection Processing Organizing Reviewing Doing
  9. 9. 1. CollectFirst thing to do is Write it downEmpty everything out of your head and into your “bucket”...
  10. 10. 2. ProcessStart at the top, one item at a timeNever put anything back to ‘in’Decide What is the next step?
  11. 11. 3. OrganizeProjects and ActionsPut everything in its placeThere are many tools, Keep it Simple
  12. 12. 4. ReviewDecide the Most important thing to be doing right now, and do it.At least once a week, review and reorganise
  13. 13. 5. Do it!By keeping your head clear, keeping your to-do lists organised, and your projects under review, you’ll find it much easier to actually DO things!
  14. 14. file:///C:/Users/Maria/Downloads/GTD-Map.jpg
  15. 15. BUT REALLY, HOW?
  16. 16. Workflow Examples1. Email: Newsletter from iHub2. Email: Can you recommend a hotel?3. Meeting: JIRA Issues4. Class: Here is your term paper topic.5. Home: Child sick6. Talk: Investment opportunity How would you step through the GTD workflow for the above?
  17. 17. My Personal GTD Tools Gmail + GTD Notebook – “bucket” Diary – Daily Lists Excel – project plan
  18. 18. TAKE -AWAYS
  19. 19. Write it downWhat is the next step?Keep it SimpleMost important thingDO
  20. 20. ResourcesGTD – The bookGetting Things Done FAQ at Zen HabitsGmail + GTD at LifeHackerVarious resources at SlideShare
  21. 21. THANKS. THANKS.
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