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Getting Things Done at Summer Camp - 2011/2012

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Summer camp leader and podcaster Travis Allison teaches a simple system to organize your camp life and decrease your stress. …

Summer camp leader and podcaster Travis Allison teaches a simple system to organize your camp life and decrease your stress.

Originally delivered at the Congres de l’Association des camps certifiés du Québec (November, 2011). Also at NEYCC.org (January, 2012).

Please contact Travis if you would like him to deliver this session to your staff.

These slides are free to download if you would like to teach your staff with them.

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  • I'll come back to a mind like water in just a moment\n
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  • create a system for capture\n
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  • Corral from: desk, drawers, files, car, mind sweep\n
  • Trash/ Recycle, 2 minute jobs, Delegate, Create Projects, Write out Next Actions\n
  • SYSTEM: inbox, projects list, calendared actions, Next Actions list, Waiting For, Reference files A to Z\n
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  • A.m., Friday afternoon \n
  • Context, Time available, Energy Available, Priority \n
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  • The story of Email Apnea\n
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  • sites and sounds\n
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  • 100% of harddrives will fail.\n
  • 3 copies, 2 different media, 1 offsite\n
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  • GMICs, Singing, 15 minutes of action points\n
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  • Transcript

    • 1. GETTING THINGS DONE @ CAMP
    • 2. (or learning to kick the arse of email, hand stress its hatand out-muscle your To Do list)
    • 3. Having a "mind like water"
    • 4. Ripples
    • 5. 100% attention
    • 6. Capture EVERYTHING
    • 7. Get it out of your head
    • 8. system
    • 9. (not me!)David Allen http://www.davidco.com/
    • 10. GTD system
    • 11. 5 steps to control
    • 12. 1. collect
    • 13. 2. Process
    • 14. 3. Organize
    • 15. The beautiful Next Action
    • 16. 4. Review
    • 17. 5. Do
    • 18. hipster pda
    • 19. Email Apnea
    • 20. Writer Linda Stone (not her!)http://lindastone.net
    • 21. Stop breathing
    • 22. Bad posture
    • 23. Stress response
    • 24. YOU control your email
    • 25. Killnotifications
    • 26. Changeothersexpectations
    • 27. Give it time
    • 28. Inbox Zero
    • 29. NEVER at09:00 (You’re not ready)
    • 30. backups
    • 31. 3,2,1
    • 32. Easy Decisions:
    • 33. Hell, Yes! or No.
    • 34. Tools I Use
    • 35. Evernote.com
    • 36. Springpadit.com
    • 37. Notational Velocity
    • 38. Gmail- important and unread
    • 39. Pocket Informant(http://www.webis.net/)
    • 40. Instapaper.com
    • 41. pinterest.com
    • 42. dropbox.com
    • 43. tungle.me
    • 44. 1password.com
    • 45. iXpenseIt
    • 46. Milebug
    • 47. How do I train my staff?
    • 48. Emailexpectations
    • 49. Killmeetings
    • 50. don’t sit
    • 51. don’t sit still
    • 52. facilitator rules
    • 53. my ideal
    • 54. Notebook& pen
    • 55. Teachthem tobreathe
    • 56. questions?
    • 57. build your defences
    • 58. listen to our camp podcast! on camphacker.org! ro s p P a m .ca /Czo ic @camphacker
    • 59. inspiration: The style of this presentation is heavily influenced by @JesseDee. Check it: www.slideshare.net /jessedee