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Getting Things Done (@Camp)

Getting Things Done (@Camp)



Staff Training for Camps - teaching staff how to greet guests and clients and make them feel at home.

Staff Training for Camps - teaching staff how to greet guests and clients and make them feel at home.



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  • a further GTD resource for students (most of our camp staff): Getting Things Done for College Students: The Full System ( http://calnewport.com/blog/?p=15)<br /><br/>
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    • Getting Things Done (@Camp) Time & Life Management in the Style of David Allen
    • Mind Like Water
      • The ability to focus 100% of your attention on the task at hand
      • Try this:
      • Spend 15 seconds thinking about the most pressing thing you need to do.
      • On a piece of paper draw 2 columns. Spend 60 seconds writing the things you need to do to complete this task in the Left Column and the other “to do” things that pop up in the Right Column
    • Mind Like Water II
      • Capture Everything that needs to be done
      • Get it All out of your head
      • Train yourself to always identify the Next Action
    • What’s Bugging You?
      • Think of the thing foremost in your mind (the one to which you keep coming back)
      • Write in one sentence what is a successful outcome for this issue
      • Now write down the very next physical action required to move the situation forward *
    • The Beauty of The Next Action
      • Identified the place to start
      • Ready to go on a moment’s notice
      • Next Actions At Meetings
    • Getting Control of Your Life in 5 Easy Steps
      • Collect
      • Process
      • Organize
      • Review
      • Do
    • Collect
      • Corral Your Stuff
      • Desktop
      • Drawers
      • Files
      • Car (who lives out of their car?)
      • Mind Sweep
    • Process
      • Trash/Recycle
      • Complete less than 2 minute jobs
      • Delegate
      • Sort Next Actions into your system
      • Identify Projects
    • Process
    • Organize
      • Set up the Right Buckets
      • Inbox
      • Projects List
      • Calendared Actions
      • Next Action Lists
      • A “Waiting For” List
      • Reference File (Simple Alpha System)
      • Tickler: 3D Calendar
    • Review
      • Keeps the System Functional
      • A.M. Review: Calendar, Tickler File, Action Lists
      • Weekly Review
    • Do
      • Context
      • Time Available
      • Energy Available
      • Priority
    • Practicing Stress-Free Productivity
    • Practicing Stress-Free Productivity
      • Set Aside The Time
      • Set Up The Space (mobile system for mobile people)
      • Get The Tools
    • The Hipster PDA
      • Flow Chart
      • Calendar
      • Next Actions
      • Waiting For…
      • Agendas
      • Someday/Maybe
      • Contacts