Two of our senior coaches, Meg Edwards & Kelly Forrister, are doing a 3-part Webinar series for GTD Connect members. It will help those of you who are teetering from newbie to black belt–you know the basics, but are ready for a deeper cut with GTD to really make it stick (and actually get that mind like water experience!) All Webinars are one-hour from 1oam-11am PT and the series will cover:
Part 1 covers Organize (May 7)
Part 2 covers Collect and Process (May 14)
Part 3 covers Review and Do (May 21)
We post the replays for all Webinars to the GTD Connect media library. This series is free for all GTD Connect members. If you’re not a member (and frankly not much of a joiner-kind-of-person!), then try the monthly plan ($48), which would qualify you to take all 3 Webinars. Just cancel before the next month renews. Learn more…
For GTDers on Lotus Notes, tomorrow is a rare opportunity to attend a free Webinar with David Allen. ICA, developers of the eProductivity tool David uses to manage his workflow in Lotus Notes, is hosting a Webinar that is free and open to the public. Wednesday, April 28th @ 10am PT.
If you are a GTDer, and you use Lotus Notes, there’s a great opportunity later this month to see David’s personal system in action. The developers of eProductivity, the application David personally uses to manage his workflow in Lotus Notes, are hosting a Webinar with David on April 28th. Here are the details:
What: Webinar on GTD & Lotus Notes
When: Wednesday, April 28th from 10am – 11:30am PDT
Sign-up: Cick here to register. It’s free and open to the public, although space is limited.
If you are in the Minneapolis area next Wednesday, David will be doing a book signing that is free and open to the public. Here are the particulars:
Wednesday, April 21st from 11:30am – 1pm CDT.
Barnes and Noble Downtown
Midwest Plaza, 801 Nicollet Mall
Minneapolis, MN 55402
Community Contribution from Eric Mack, partner of the David Allen Company
As many of you know, David Allen has used Lotus Notes for his personal GTD system for many years. As such, David and I will be co-hosting two upcoming webinars on GTD & Lotus Notes.
Exclusively for IBM employees:
On April 8th from 10am – 11:30am PST, we’ll be doing a webinar exclusively for IBM employees on applying GTD to Lotus Notes. Many IBMers are fans of GTD already, and this will give more insight into David’s master tips, tricks & strategies. We’ll also look at eProductivity – the only software tool for Lotus Notes that’s earned the distinctive “GTD Enabled” certification.
If you’re an IBM employee, sign up now.
Open to the public;
David and I will be doing another webinar on GTD & Lotus Notes on April 28th that is open to the public. Sign-up now. Space is limited.
Here are the upcoming Webinars on GTD Connect, our online learning center:
Watch now in the Archives: [Read more →]
I’ll be doing another free guided GTD Weekly Review on Twitter this coming Friday, March 26th at 10am California time. These events are fun, easy to follow and a great way to get a taste of a GTD best practice.
What: It will be a working Twitter class. Over an hour, I’ll guide people through the 11-steps of the GTD Weekly Review through a series of Tweets. You’ll want to be in front of your system (at least calendar, lists, email, inboxes etc.) to take action based on the Tweets. While the purpose isn’t to bring you to completion with all of it, you’ll get to experience a bit of each step, and capture what’s next for you. Remember, the Weekly Review is the critical success factor for GTD! The better you know it, the better your system will be.
When: Friday, March 26th at 10am PDT/California time. Find your local time.
How: Follow @GTDSpecialEvent on Twitter or just launch this web page during the event to follow the Tweets. You’ll want to Refresh your Twitter page often to make sure you’re getting the latest Tweets. They’ll come every few minutes.
Who: Probably good to have at some basic understanding of processing & organizing with GTD (also chapter 2 of the GTD book is great) and at least a basic structure of GTD setup for yourself already.
Read what others had to say about the last one.
GTD® Tweetup at CoCo Collaborative
Are you a fan of GTD? Do you have questions about what it’s all about? Come join us for the first GTD Tweetup in the Twin Cities. No matter if you have achieved mind like water or feel like you have water on the brain, all are welcome. Meet others in the area that are fans of GTD or just come hang out with us. It’s all going down at Honey Lounge, one of the hippest new venues in one of the coolest areas of Minneapolis.
For those of you looking for the best ways to implement GTD with Lotus Notes®, join the next Webinar class on GTD Connect, our subscription-based online learning center. It will be held February 4th at 12pm Pacific Time. If you can’t make the live event, the replay will be posted to the GTD Connect Media Library (screenshot shows all of the replays currently available.)
GTD Connect is a great way to get practical & tactical coaching advice on implementing GTD. Webinars are held about twice a month on a wide range of topics for GTD’ers. If you’re not a GTD Connect member, check out the free trial (which will also allow you to take a Webinar class during your trial membership.) If you decide to join beyond your trial, it’s only $48 a month and you can cancel anytime. The free trial is a great way to see if GTD Connect is for you. Trial members can access to the full site except for podcasts and downloads.
I’m a retired teacher who now has a tiny gem or a business called ‘Life in the Flow Lane.’ I read Getting Things Done a couple of years ago and implemented some things. I am a GTD Connect newbie. The Webinars are simply invaluable. You have given me a much greater understanding of the whole GTD process. For example, I really get that I need to have a list that attracts rather than repels me! It seems obvious, but you show how to make that happen. All the resources on Connect work well together. I think the mix you have put together is simply outstanding. – Sharry Teague