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Calendar Use... And Abuse #46
In our latest Change Your Game with GTD® podcast, we discuss the use - and abuse - of calendars, and cover the best practices of calendar and diary management using the Getting Things Done® methodology.
Supercharge Your Virtual Meetings With GTD #45
Productivity experts Todd Brown and Robert Peake discuss how you can supercharge your virtual meetings with GTD®.
How GTD has helped Monzo's CFO through Career Transitions and the Covid World #44
In this Episode, Todd Brown speak with Alwyn Jones of Monzo to discuss how Getting Things Done has helped him navigate his career and the current reality.
Is Your GTD System Too Complex? #43
How complex is too complex when it comes to creating your GTD system? We take a deep dive into the setup of your GTD system and how to streamline your lists, create practical and easily accessible indexes of your 'stuff', and reduce friction in your workflow.
GTD for Couples #42
In this episode, we discuss how GTD® has a positive influence on relationships and the benefits it has for couples.
How GTD Helps Us Navigate in a World of Change #41
When there is a lot of change happening in the world, it can sometimes leave you feeling out of control. In our latest video podcast, we discuss how Getting Things Done® (GTD®) can help you navigate in a world of change, reduce stress and overwhelm, increase productivity, and ultimately, improve your overall quality of life.
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Terrific and easy to follow
I really like these guys a lot. Very helpful hints without putting on a show, which David Allen always seems to do. The guy is terrific, and I love his bhook and system. I just wish he'd stop laughing so hard at his jokes and patting himself on the back about how great GTD is. We get it. It's great. That's why we're listening, dude. You don't have to keep reminding us and selling us so much. These two guys are big proponents, but focus more on what to do instead of saying "isn't this great?!" the entire time. Very mellow and approachable with helpful hints and suggestions.
I do have a next action for the sound engineer: make the volume for both Todd and Robert the same. Sometime I have to adjust the volume each time one of them speaks because they're so markedly different. It's an open loop in my brain that's really annoying. I realize the two speakers are in different locales, but please figure it out.
Great discussion; need more episodes!
I just listened to the entire offering in a couple walks with the dog. Please post more often! I love the frank, straightforward discussion of the methods, processes, and principles of GTD.
I listened to a few episodes but could stand it no longer. It takes the speakers forever to make even one point worth hearing. The David Allen podcasts are much better; clear, succinct, and free of the baby talk that plagues this series.