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Big news today from the David Allen Company. For the first time ever David Allen is making available the complete audio CDs of his world famous two-day intensive GTD Seminar. GTDLive!
This is a unique opportunity for anyone that has ever wanted to attend a David Allen seminar but for whatever reason hasn’t been able to make that happen. This is a complete Ten-CD Boxed Set that is an actual live recording of David delivering his life-changing training to a real audience. The product is as comprehensive a tool for getting started with GTD as you can possibly get short of actually attending a session with David for yourself, and at half the price of a single-day seminar you’re getting an incredible deal on top of the incredible learning experience.
From my perspective, this isn’t just a tool for people that haven’t attended a GTD seminar with David. As anyone that has been to one of his sessions knows, there is so much information for you to absorb in a limited time that something like a live audio recording of the event would be an incredible resource to help refresh the memory from time to time. Having the live CDs on hand would also allow you to clarify points that perhaps got fuzzy after two days of intense learning, and it could even be a valuable tool that you can use to share with friends and associates who themselves might be curious about GTD.
If you’re interested in this product you should click on over to the DavidCo store and grab a copy now. My understanding is that there are only a limited number of these 10-CD sets available. According to the information on the DavidCo site in addition to the 10-CD set the package will include a second multi-CD set of David Allen’s “In Conversation” interviews as well as the work-flow templates mentioned in the presentation.
Another good reason to pay a visit to the David Allen site is that there are several nice audio samples of the contents of the GTD Live CD’s that you can listen to. It’s definitely worth a few minutes of your time to hear David present GTD.