A Community Contribution by Matt Handal
As soon as I got myself in front of the steps leading down to my basement, I could see the black smoke billowing up to the first floor. I rushed into the basement to see where the fire was. There were no visible flames, but from the black smoke erupting from the party wall separating us from the twin house next door, it was quite clear that my neighbor’s house was ablaze.
My pregnant wife rushed outside to see what was going on. With my wife and unborn child headed out the door, that classic question came into my head.
What do I save? [Read more →]
Sometimes people think GTD is primarily about lists of next actions and projects. But the most valuable elements of GTD to infuse into your business are the ones that get the least attention.
For example, I was at a meeting where we were planning out a targeted mailing to a key group of clients. I asked a question that took everybody by surprise, “What does done look like?” [Read more →]
GTD for some is a life changer. I can tell you that I personally went from work drawers full of paper piles to an organized filing system and, every once in a while, a clear desk. But GTD isn’t about organization. It’s about capturing your commitments in a trusted system and using your now free brain to make decisions about what you should be doing right this instant. [Read more →]