The Most Adamant GTD® Sceptics Are GTDers.

The Most Adamant GTD® Sceptics Are GTDers.

est. reading time: 3:28 mins Practice Getting Things Done (GTD®) for long enough, deliver training about it for long enough, and you get accustomed to a lot of repeating questions/problems – What’s the best tool? Why not just do ‘x’? How do I get my husband/boss/child...
What You’ll Need To Manage The AI Storm

What You’ll Need To Manage The AI Storm

watch time: 12:49 mins With ChatGPT and CoPilot, AI will become ever more present in our lives. But what does this mean for your work and how can you prepare yourself for the inevitable storm of information and...
Inbox Zero Or Zeroing Inboxes?

Inbox Zero Or Zeroing Inboxes?

est. reading time: 6:45 mins Part of our training as GTD® trainers is to help our delegates get to zero and experience firsthand what it is like to have no more backlog. What seemed to me to be the most exciting part of the training often appeared to the delegates to...
GTD® – A Simple Series Of Yes Or No

GTD® – A Simple Series Of Yes Or No

est. reading time: 6 mins Starting with “No” In the process of implementing GTD® one of the first things people start to appreciate is the context list. The way all tasks can be captured when they come up and have every next action clarified and organised, but instead...
Which You Are You Right Now?

Which You Are You Right Now?

watch time: 4:49 mins We cannot operate at our best at all times, but have you paid enough attention to this when it comes to your work? Todd shares some great insights into getting the most out of your work life balance and being as efficient as...
Sing When You’re Winning

Sing When You’re Winning

est. reading time: 7 mins “Are you winning, Miles?” The person asking is a burly, retired Mancunian who owns the plot next to mine at the allotment. He has a penchant for crooning ballads at the top of his voice as he cultivates the cabbages, cauliflowers...
What Do You Call Yours?

What Do You Call Yours?

Est. reading time: 4 mins. Some things come with a name that you adopt. My house for example already had a name when we bought it, which I liked straight away, learnt about its meaning to the person who built the house more than a century ago, and have grown to love...