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One Great Tool – STP015

Released Sunday, 4th June 2017
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Episode 15 - An introduction to GTD (Getting Things Done)

If you only put one new tool in your box, we reckon you should make it GTD. It's not time management, or a routine - it's a way of living. Whether you like writing things on paper, using apps, or you want to develop a full blown new 'task management' system, there aren't many others which are as simple, elegant, and downright good at proper stuff. The clue is in the title - Getting Things Done. This podcast explains why WE like it, why we think YOU will like it, and where to find all the stuff. If you don't know the system, hopefully this is a good introduction to it. If you do know the system, then feel free to visit any of the resource below which may help you remember what a great idea it is.
 Some of the stuff in there is:

Why we think that GTD (Getting Things Done) is a fantastic approach to getting stuff under control
Who this David Allen bloke is
Getting stuff under control isn't difficult
If you're a paper person, an 'app' person, or a 'system' person - it can work your way
David's speech is a nice way to find out what GTD is - here's that podcast
Work - Life balance, you don't need to balance
That voice in your head (again) and what you can do with it
The five steps of GTD and what they are - you can see them in more detail here
Where to get all the resource:

You could buy the book
Listen to the audiobook
The GTD Podcasts

Other resource:

Next Action associates
Asian Efficiency
The GTD virtual study group

If you use Evernote - the GTD step by step guide for setting it up is here
The other setup sheets for Outlook, Onenote, Wunderlist etc - are here
Nozbe - an excellent app particularly suited to the GTD method
And then there's the - Getting Things Done website
Some good Youtube videos are here:

A nice simple animated summary
A detailed tutorial on using GTD with Evernote
The fundamentals from GTD themselves

Some nice social media contacts - these are the Twitter ones

GTD
Asian efficiency
Next Action Associates

Here are some good Facebook pages

The GTD study group
Getting Things Done

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