Categories | Community Contributions | Getting Started | Implementation
I want to share this wonderful email I received from Gerald today. Not only because he shares about GTD Connect (which of course we think is terrific!)–but he shares a common experience I think some people have in trying to implement GTD. Some people try GTD, put it (kick it) aside, then come back to give it another go and it just pops for them. If that’s you, give it another go. You may find you have fresh eyes and a deeper understanding to make it work for you. And if it’s not for you, that’s OK too (although I doubt you’re even reading GTD Times if that’s the case.)
I want you know that since I have returned to GTD (over 2 months now), I have joined GTD Connect and listened to 38 podcasts out of the 145 from Connect that I have downloaded to my iPhone. I cannot begin to tell you how much they have helped and inspired me. Hearing you, David, Meg and others patiently go over and over the concepts, pitfalls, suggestions, etc. have helped more than anything. I not only feel like I have an intellectual grasp of the concepts, but I feel part of a support group that will be there with me over the long haul. I actually feel a personal connection with you, David and Meg especially. Plus, I am hearing it….really hearing it….if you know what I mean…..
The first time I got into GTD was a couple of years ago. I did not sign up for Connect. I didn’t do weekly reviews. I did not use all the support available. I ended up with lots of un-reviewed lists and everything back in my head along with all the chaos. When I surrendered a couple of months ago, it was a deep surrender. I am definitely “ALL IN.”
GTD Connect holds the world’s largest library of GTD podcasts, documents and articles. Note: Podcasts are only an option for monthly or annual members (not free trial participants. But the free trial will allow you to watch or listen to them on the site.)