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Francisco Sáez

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William Carpenter

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Anyone have any GTD Web Resources?
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Hi, +William Carpenter! Is there a particular aspect of GTD you're looking to research or develop for yourself? As +Denise Hurd mentioned above, there are a lot of generalized resources that can get you mired in minutiae. ;)
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Francisco Sáez

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You probably don't know the "Not This Week" list. It's a brilliant technique developed by +José Miguel Bolívar to make it easier and more effective the review of the Someday/Maybe list.
Let me know your thoughts!
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Michelle Gunn

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GTD VSG - NO CALL TODAY (6/25)

Just wanted to let you guys know we won’t be having a live call today.

But, please do join us for the call on Thursday July 9th!

Have a great Thursday!

-Michelle

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Toni Burley

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Can anyone share their organization or "topics" for their filing system(s) whether it be digital or not. And if it is digital what tools you're using. I've been using a bullet journal and pocket. I've tried evernote before but it was just too much for me. But moleskine has teamed up with them and it has sparked some interest.
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I use Checkvist (and its lists) for handling my coding projects/topics. One list = a project/topic. I add tags to items of the list to make cross-references between lists. To an item, I can attach a note, a file or a link to a reference material (OneNote page or Evernote note). As each list has its own email adress, I can append items from Gmail or Outlook. Each item can receive a due date. And I daily receive a recap of items to be achieve in the next coming 2 days.
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Michelle Gunn

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GTD® VSG call TODAY! Join us at 4pm Eastern! :)
 
Join us for the next GTD® Virtual Study Group’s live call TODAY! We’re going to dive into a Horizon of Focus. Which one? Join us for the live call and find out. ;)

We're going to have a great discussion -- hope you can be there!

Bridgeline: (857) 216-6700; at the prompt, enter the PIN: 559525
Time: 4pm Eastern

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GTD VSG TODAY (5/28)!!! Horizon of Focus
Thu, May 28, 4:00 PM
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Bob Stanke

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"A productive day for me is when I'm falling asleep, thinking, 'Today, I had full control of my work -- it didn't control me.'" -Entrepreneur Max Levchin
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BeesApps

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#TimeManagement & #Productivity: Get Things Done with #Beesy articles! #GTDmethod
Time Management & Productivity: Get Things Done with Beesy David Allen is a productivity consultant who is best known as the creator of the time management method known as "Getting Things Done"...
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Michelle Gunn

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Join us for the live call tomorrow 4pm eastern! Should be a good one... getting over system overwhelm. Good for newbies and seasoned folks as well. :)
 
Join us for the next GTD® Virtual Study Group’s live call tomorrow May 14th. We’ll be talking about getting over system overwhelm.

Would love to hear your views and tips/tricks for this topic!

We're going to have a great discussion -- hope you can be there!

Bridgeline: (857) 216-6700; at the prompt, enter the PIN: 559525
Time: 4pm Eastern

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GTD VSG 05/13 LIVE CALL
Thu, May 14, 4:00 PM
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Hey, +Jonathan Davis! Nope, different discussions. The latest episode posted was more about revamping your system -- overhaul or declaring bankruptcy. :)

This one will be more about how to make your system a little less overwhelming. What people have struggled with in the past and maybe present. Feels like an of-the-moment topic that will be timeless.

Join us if you can! :)
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Tony Robertson

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Does anyone else Mind Map?
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Lots of mind mappers out there who also like/love/use GTD - you can see lots of user mind maps on the subject here: http://www.biggerplate.com/business-mindmaps/11/getting-things-done
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Francisco Sáez

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Have you ever thought about why you want to be organized?
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Being organized is known to improve your state of mind. It makes you happier and improves your satisfaction with yourself. For anyone who is not happy or depressed, the first thing I recommend to them is to go clean your room/kitchen/etc. It can often provide a significant change in your state of mind. Expand it to your entire life and it can have a astounding effect.
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Nethanel Lipshitz

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Hi guys! A question: I want to create a trickler file box. What do you think should be the measures of a box that can hold comfortably 43 letter-size folders?
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Jonathan Davis

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My sister is entering high school and is really smart but not as organized as she could be. I'm thinking of setting her up with a GTD system. Inbox, calendar, etc. Can someone recommend a GTD program that can work with her iPhone and Mac? I use Omnifocus but am considering her getting used to a system before shelling out money for something like Omnifocus. Leaning towards Todoist, thoughts? 
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Remember the Milk! Simple but effective.
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Julien Merlin

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Hi Community !
I would like to share a think with you.
I keep, almost each 2 months to refactor my task organisation.
And to be true it's became like a disease because I never stop to try another Apps, or paper trick...
For now I have tried : RTM, Todoist, Trello, Postit, Moleskine, Bullet Journal, Midori.
I don't think to be the only one to have this problem.

So today like every last time, I will pick all my tasks for my last system and push them to a new one or retry an older one...
But honestly in 3weeks I will drop it with all my task....

So I don't know if GTD can works with me or not. I think the main problem is that I can't install the right review routine.

So I you can help me I will appreciate !
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+Julien Merlin I would echo what +Denise Hurd mentioned about setting an appointment for your weekly review. Get it on the calendar and try to keep that time as "sacred" as possible. In my case, I have to produce a report once a week on the same day, so I schedule my review for just before that (since info from the review will go in that report).

Even if you don't have to produce a report for someone else, maybe you could do one to yourself. Draft a memo to yourself that summarizes the results of your weekly review. For my own report, I like to look for accomplishments and next actions to report on. By actually producing something from the review, that may help guide your efforts and help keep you focused.
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Michelle Gunn

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Join us for the next GTD® Virtual Study Group’s live call on Thursday, June 11th.

Hope you can be there!

Bridgeline: (857) 216-6700; at the prompt, enter the PIN: 559525
Time: 4pm Eastern

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GTD VSG 06/11 LIVE CALL
Thu, June 11, 4:00 PM
Bridgeline: (857) 216-6700; at the prompt, enter the PIN: 559525

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Hi all.. Have you stopped posting the podcast? I've not seen anything in my (android) app?
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Francisco Sáez

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This is one of the most common complaints about GTD from the FacileThings users. What do you think? *Are you trying to separate collecting from processing or not?*
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Bob Stanke

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A to-do list five items deep...
How does Levchin, the father of two--ages 3 and 5--juggle multiple startups (along with his board seats at Yahoo, Evernote, Yelp, and others)?
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David Morris

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Listening to Mac Power Users (254: Reviewing GTD with David Allen): http://relay.fm/mpu/254

Great interview on Mac Power Users podcast with David Allen.
David Allen returns to Mac Power Users to chat with Katie and David about the re-release of his book Getting Things Done and discuss the philosophy and science behind GTD.
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Bob Stanke

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Knowing that some time management and productivity junkies are also self trackers, I was hoping you might have one minute to answer a single poll question... THANKS! http://www.bobstanke.com/blog/2015/5/8/do-you-currently-do-any-form-of-self-tracking-poll#
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Francisco Sáez

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Focusing on primary outcomes and values is critical for your productivity. But when is the right moment to do that?
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