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After more than a year of planning thousands of hours of meetings and more emails, phone calls, and late night conversations than anyone cares to think about let alone remember, the GTD Global Summit has come to life in a huge way.
I’m wearing several hats here so my coverage will be as real time as I can deliver it. I’ll also try to get some coverage over on Qik if bandwidth allows.
David’s powerful initial remarks to put this event and GTD in context. If you have never seen David speak you simply cannot imagine the incredible authenticity and integrity of this man. I have attended literally hundreds of conferences and heard perhaps thousands of speakers yet he is by far the most genuine, transparent and honest speaker that I have ever had the good fortune to hear.
His opening remarks were testimony to this as one of the first things he mentioned was the fact that just before we did this conference he had to cut 40% of his workforce. … He said that for this conference he wanted to look for the silver lining in this current crisis. To find that silver lining and learn how self improvement is even more essential in times of crisis…that’s the overarching theme for the summit.
Keynote Interview with Guy Kawasaki to Follow