Categories | Best Practices of GTD | David Allen | Getting Started | Getting Things Done | Implementation | Training
If you’re fairly new or brand new to GTD: This product is definitely for you. It is much easier to understand than reading the book might be because there are stories to explain various points. Also, from what I can see, the 3-cd set called “Three Days to Clarity” is a quick start to the system.If you read the book and implemented without a seminar or any other materials: Regardless of how long you’ve been GTD-ing, you WILL get value from each and every CD.
If you’ve been using GTD 5 years or more, have used multiple tools to learn: This is the category that I fall into. I’ve got every audio program, have read all the books multiple times, have had telecoaching with Meg, and I’m a long-time GTD Connect member. I bought it just for “nuggets” of information..something new, something old said in a different way, something to jog some new ideas. It was worth the money to me.
Many of you have been curious if the content on the CDs is new. Yes, 5 out of 6 CDs have brand new content from David and his senior coaching staff. The only one that is not new content is a CD with Coach Meg Edwards walking you through a Guided GTD Weekly Review. It’s such a popular feature in our Weekly Review CD set that it was included in this new CD package as well.