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White Belt Productivity

This is the first of ten posts in our "Productivity Belts" series. Those familiar with David Allen and his books on productivity know that part of the inspiration for his approach comes from his years as a practitioner in the martial arts. In addition to being a productivity guru, he also has a black belt [...]

By |May 8th, 2013|Productivity Belts, Written Articles|1 Comment
  • All Spread Out and Not Getting Things Done

All Spread Out and Not Getting Things Done

In a recent post, David Allen addresses the “Three Common Reasons Why People Flounder.” The three key variables are Consistent, Current, and Context Available. He writes of a recent coaching session with a senior executive which brought these to his attention. I’d like to focus on the first one, with special attention to mobile app [...]

By |December 10th, 2012|Written Articles|0 Comments
  • In Search of a Productivity Meta-App

In Search of a Productivity Meta-App

Is Ready-Set-Do! a Productivity Meta-App Ahead of its Time? David Allen recently announced his exclusive partnership with Intentional software to design a GTD® meta-app “. . . that integrates with leading applications individuals already use.” The goal is to create a program-agnostic way to work with all of your inventories of stuff (e.g., applications, mind-maps, documents, [...]

By |December 2nd, 2012|Written Articles|0 Comments

Getting Inbox to Empty

By |July 24th, 2012|Screencasts|0 Comments

Getting Some Actionables Done

By |July 24th, 2012|Screencasts|0 Comments

Getting Clear on Projects (More Clarity)

By |July 24th, 2012|Screencasts|0 Comments

Getting Clear on Projects (More Action)

By |July 24th, 2012|Screencasts|0 Comments

Getting Some Reading Done

By |July 24th, 2012|Screencasts|0 Comments

Doing the Daily Review

By |July 24th, 2012|Screencasts|0 Comments
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Pruning Your System

1. Prune Your Inputs Get a secretary/assistant to filter the things you want to see and limit the things you don't want to see Find a way to get less junk mail Eliminate all unnecessary email subscriptions - can always look up online when needed Stop smart-foldering your emails and websites - Don't let smart [...]

By |January 1st, 2007|Written Articles, Xtras|0 Comments