GSD
Get Sh*t Done
A productivity framework for the Twenty-first Century
GSD is a framework for
people who need to
get shit done.
GSD will not help you
achieve self-
actualization.
You don’t need to buy
any books or tapes or
special software.
Here’s how it works:
1. Have shit to do?
2. Get your shit done.
3. Repeat.
Good examples of shit
 you need to do:
                                                    Hit your
 File your tax return ...
Bad examples of shit
  you need to do:
                                        Meetings without
Anything that             ...
Identify what you need
to do and what you
don’t need to do. Do
the former.
Now go get some shit
done already.
Credits:
Presentation by Ben Lopatin, © 2010
   http://twitter.com/bennylope

Thanks to Julie for the term.
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  1. 1. GSD Get Sh*t Done A productivity framework for the Twenty-first Century
  2. 2. GSD is a framework for people who need to get shit done.
  3. 3. GSD will not help you achieve self- actualization.
  4. 4. You don’t need to buy any books or tapes or special software.
  5. 5. Here’s how it works: 1. Have shit to do? 2. Get your shit done. 3. Repeat.
  6. 6. Good examples of shit you need to do: Hit your File your tax return Test the next deadline development iteration Fix the glitch Sleep Respond to Make awesome Fire the guy who spends his workday reading customer products productivity blogs questions
  7. 7. Bad examples of shit you need to do: Meetings without Anything that hard time limits starts with Meetings without “Facebook” ironclad agendas Check email... again Read the latest Tweet all day (Most meetings, productivity blog really)
  8. 8. Identify what you need to do and what you don’t need to do. Do the former.
  9. 9. Now go get some shit done already.
  10. 10. Credits: Presentation by Ben Lopatin, © 2010 http://twitter.com/bennylope Thanks to Julie for the term.
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