GETTING THINGS DONE .
FREEDOM. FOCUS. GTD.
GTD Foundation gets you to a complete, consistent and trusted GTD system as quickly as possible. Your coach will lead you through the best way to create a trusted system in a clear, easy-to-follow format.
You’re set up with GTD but you still have more important projects and actions than you can accomplish in the time available.
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Phil Ulrich, CHIEF HR OFFICER
"What started as a desire to ‘get control’ has turned into a journey striving to be more intentional and more balanced – both personally and professionally."
"GTD continues to be the key process in managing my business and my life – and feeling satisfied along the way!"
Marx Acosta-Rubio, CEO Focal Point - X
"GTD allowed me to build several multi million dollar companies, and much more importantly, design a life worth living by my standards"
THE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER
Getting Things Done brings together decades of research to introduce a gold mine of productivity tips and strategies for getting a lot more accomplished with much less effort.
COACHING ON THE GTD FUNDAMENTALS
Five clear steps that apply order to chaos
STEP ONE: CAPTURE
Collect what has your attention
Write, record, or gather any and everything that has your attention into a collection tool.
STEP TWO: CLARIFY
Process what it means
Is it actionable? If so, decide the next action and project (if more than one action is required). If not, decide if it is trash, reference, or something to put on hold.
STEP THREE: ORGANIZE
Put it where it belongs
Park reminders of your categorized content in appropriate places. For example, create lists for calls to make, errands to run, emails to send, etc.
STEP FOUR: REFLECT
Update and review all pertinent system contents to regain control and focus. Do a Weekly Review to clean up, update your lists, and clear your mind.
STEP FIVE: ENGAGE
Use your trusted system to make action decisions with confidence and clarity.
"The goal is to not just get more done, but to apply dedicated thought and action to the things that matter."