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GTD v2.0

Introduction to GTD

Moustafa Hassan

on 28 January 2013

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Transcript of GTD v2.0

Getting Things Done Presented by: Moustafa Hassan The Art of
Stress-Free Productivity Developed by: David Allen Has more than 30 years experience
as a management consultant
and executive coach. born December 28, 1945 David Allen In his book,
David presents a simple
and effective method to sharpen one's productivity. He compiled 20 years of research and experience
on personal productivity in his first book.
published in 2001. Has been called one of the most influential thinkers on productivity. Our session today is about
the principles and techniques
presented in this book. He wrote two other books
that continue his work
on personal productivity He is the founder
and the president of the
David Allen Company. Which provides consulting, coaching,
and training services, as well as selling products,
centered around the Getting Things Done methodology. The
Problem to a gold mine of insights into strategies for how to have more energy, be more relaxed, and get a lot more accomplished with much less effort David Allen Too much work We can do we are limited
in time & energy we need to Objectives Vision Projects Actions Big Picture Thinking
gives meaning and direction
and a lot more complexity Too short time Anything But we can't do Everything Focus formal project management too complex for small projects
or heavy tasks we need something simpler
and more natural Calendar To-Do list A,B,C
Priority works to some extent but still not sufficient GTD we need a model that works at
the level of details
we are working day-to-day
and still aligned with the
big picture works perfect for appointments what about the rest of actions almost impossible to plan ahead shifts to the next day
and adds to stress! very basic for the constantly
changing priorities Daily or Weekly The
Principle The
Process The
Next Steps mind like water recall one of your how did you feel? Top Productivity moments you probably have been Focused Relaxed In Control the ready state of martial artist Stress productivity Open Loops get it out of your mind define desired outcome define next action keep remainders in trusted system Welcome Natural Planning Model (1)
purpose and principles (2)
outcome visioning (3)
brainstorming (4)
organization (5)
next action Thank You Read or Listen to
Getting Things Done Read the setup guide of your choice Follow the
Implementation guide
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