by Max Chung<br />The Zen of GTD Ninjery<br />
What is ninjery?<br />nin⋅jery<br />	The condition or quality of being ninja-like.<br />(ref: Urban Dictionary)<br />
Knowledge Workers<br />Software Engineers<br />Graphic Designers<br />Project Managers<br />
The Way of the GTD Ninja<br />Tools<br />Lists<br />Calendar<br />Skills (The GTD Workflow)<br />Collect<br />Process<br /...
The Way of the GTD Ninja<br />Tools<br />Lists<br />Calendar<br />Skills (The GTD Workflow)<br />Collect<br />Process<br /...
1. Collect<br />
2. Process<br />“What’s the next action?”<br />
3. Organize<br />Lists<br />Next Actions<br />Waiting For<br />Someday / Maybe<br />Calendar<br />
4. Review<br />Daily<br />Calendar<br />Lists<br />Weekly<br />
5. Do<br />Context<br />Time<br />Energy<br />Priority<br />
The Power of the Next Action<br />“Prepare an Ignite presentation” <br />(? minutes...or hours?)<br />vs.<br />“Brainstorm...
“Mind Like Water”<br />
Respect the Review<br />“The best gift an educator can give is to get someone to become self-reflective.”<br />Randy Pausc...
A Final Thought<br />“Your work is to discover your work and then with all your heart to give yourself to it.”<br />Buddha...
Thank you!<br />Max Chung<br />www.facebook.com/maxjchung<br />www.twitter.com/maxjchung<br />
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Getting Things Done (GTD) is a productivity system whose goal is to help us calmly master work and life. By leveraging skills we already have, GTD can help us achieve zen-like focus without worrying about what might slip through the cracks.

This talk is a crash course to introduce GTD's core principles and tricks, that hopes to help people decide whether GTD would work well for them.

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The Zen of GTD Ninjery

  1. 1. by Max Chung<br />The Zen of GTD Ninjery<br />
  2. 2. What is ninjery?<br />nin⋅jery<br /> The condition or quality of being ninja-like.<br />(ref: Urban Dictionary)<br />
  3. 3.
  4. 4. Knowledge Workers<br />Software Engineers<br />Graphic Designers<br />Project Managers<br />
  5. 5. The Way of the GTD Ninja<br />Tools<br />Lists<br />Calendar<br />Skills (The GTD Workflow)<br />Collect<br />Process<br />Organize<br />Review<br />Do<br />Principles<br />Next Actions<br />Mind Like Water<br />Respect the Review<br />
  6. 6. The Way of the GTD Ninja<br />Tools<br />Lists<br />Calendar<br />Skills (The GTD Workflow)<br />Collect<br />Process<br />Organize<br />Review<br />Do<br />Principles<br />Next Actions<br />Mind Like Water<br />Respect the Review<br />
  7. 7. 1. Collect<br />
  8. 8. 2. Process<br />“What’s the next action?”<br />
  9. 9. 3. Organize<br />Lists<br />Next Actions<br />Waiting For<br />Someday / Maybe<br />Calendar<br />
  10. 10. 4. Review<br />Daily<br />Calendar<br />Lists<br />Weekly<br />
  11. 11. 5. Do<br />Context<br />Time<br />Energy<br />Priority<br />
  12. 12. The Power of the Next Action<br />“Prepare an Ignite presentation” <br />(? minutes...or hours?)<br />vs.<br />“Brainstorm 10 Ignite presentation topics” <br />(15 minutes)<br />
  13. 13. “Mind Like Water”<br />
  14. 14.
  15. 15. Respect the Review<br />“The best gift an educator can give is to get someone to become self-reflective.”<br />Randy Pausch<br />
  16. 16. A Final Thought<br />“Your work is to discover your work and then with all your heart to give yourself to it.”<br />Buddha<br />
  17. 17. Thank you!<br />Max Chung<br />www.facebook.com/maxjchung<br />www.twitter.com/maxjchung<br />

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