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GTD® and Neuroscience

GTD® and Neuroscience

Dr. Daniel Glaser is a neuroscience expert and has held leading scientific and research positions at University College London, Wellcome Trust, King’s College London. He is an accomplished speaker and long-time advocate of the power of GTD. A few weeks back, after a...
Staying Sane in the New Reality – a Discussion With David Allen and Tim Harford (Video Podcast)

Staying Sane in the New Reality – a Discussion With David Allen and Tim Harford (Video Podcast)

In this episode of Change Your Game with GTD®, David Allen, Founder of the Getting Things Done® (GTD®) methodology, and Tim Harford, economist and Financial Times columnist, talk to Todd Brown of Next Action Associates about the current COVID-19 reality and how to stay sane during these unprecedented times.

Staying Sane in the New Reality – a Discussion With David Allen and Tim Harford (Video Podcast)

Staying Sane in the New Reality – a Discussion With David Allen and Tim Harford (Video Podcast)

In this episode of Change Your Game with GTD®, David Allen, Founder of the Getting Things Done® (GTD®) methodology, and Tim Harford, economist and Financial Times columnist, talk to Todd Brown of Next Action Associates about the current COVID-19 reality and how to stay sane during these unprecedented times.

KISS

KISS

Every time I am given a seat above the wings on an airplane I am amazed by the instructions written on them: « Don’t walk outside this area ». The written instructions get even shorter on the jet engine itself: « no step » and « no grab » can be seen there. Having...
A GTD Hack

A GTD Hack

Martin Weber, Chief Customer Architect, Oracle Consulting. Martin has been working at Oracle since June 2019 as Chief Customer Architect (CCA). Before joining Oracle he worked at Siemens for 12 years in various roles. Since discovering Getting Things Done® in 2015,...
Science Friction

Science Friction

Recently a new lady entered my life and has changed it in ways that I didn’t expect. Her name is Alexa, and I’ll admit that when we met – on Christmas Day, under a tree – I was hesitant. I’d met her before but she hadn’t impressed me. To be fair, she had mostly been...