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GTD® Times is the official blog of David Allen and the David Allen Company. It’s the hub for ‘all things GTD’ where you can read the latest Getting Things Done® and David Allen Company news, as well as GTD tips, tricks and strategies to help each of us lead happier, healthier, and more successful lives. If you are new to David Allen’s approach, the article What is GTD? is a great place to start. If you’re looking for more of a “path” to learning GTD, we recommend the GTD Connect membership (especially the Getting Started & Refresher series), and of course, the book. A key to working GTD is to discover how it will work best for you.
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“When I wrote Getting Things Done in 2001, though I knew it worked and was powerful, I had no idea how, or how much, the world would recognize and embrace it. The way it has taken off, globally, is gratifying and inspiring.
“I have long believed that the next chapter in spreading the use and understanding of these fundamental principles and techniques was to facilitate a global community of practitioners that could share resources and experience, virtually. A good idea in Kansas should be available immediately to a good person in Kenya. From the fresh eyes of GTD beginners to the seasoned perspectives of its veterans, their content could produce a great forum through audio, video, image, and print media that would produce a whole that was much greater than the sum of the parts.” – David Allen