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Meg and Andy speak openly (and comically) about the patterns of challenge and success they see among GTD practitioners. Listeners will learn that moments of frustration can be faced and overcome with story telling and some self-compassion. There are also plenty of insights from Kairos Cognition to help tailor the GTD system to your unique way of engaging your world.
 
GTDnordic Danmark: Special Events podcasten er stedet, hvor vi samler diverse interessante optagelser til danske GTD'ere - nye som garvede - som ikke passer ind i vores almindelige GTDnordic podcast. Dette er altså ikke en podcast, hvor du hver anden uge finder nye afsnit. Her udgives tingene når vi har noget nyt at dele med dig - eksempelvis live-optagelser fra AMA'er, deltagelse i andre GTD podcasts m.m. Hvis du er interesseret i at høre mere struktureret om teknikkerne i GTD anbefaler vi ...
 
Welcome to the GTD® Virtual Study Group! This is a twice-monthly live call that focuses in on productivity and Getting Things Done. We are a supportive global community dedicated to inspiring and empowering personal growth. We focus on general principles of productivity, how to become more successful in life, and the Getting Things Done®* task management methodology. Join our live calls on the second and fourth Thursdays every month at 4:00pm Eastern! Simply dial 1-857-216-6700, Pin 559525! ...
 
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What does a horrible GTD system look like? Does that actually even exist?From either a misunderstanding of the GTD best practices, or perhaps just a step on your GTD journey you haven't yet reached, Morten and Lars have come across many different "horrible" systems, such as:- Mixing projects with next actions or missing projects all-together- Overb…
 
We all have these things in our work and personal life we call Time Squanders — those 5-10 minute activities that somehow work their way into our days. These really add up and have a surprising impact on your Time, Energy, and Attention. A perfect example of this is dealing with your files, notes, and photos — figuring out where to put them, and ev…
 
Our personal and working lives are filled with text: e-mails, memos, reports and books to name just a few sources. In today's episode, Meg and Andy reflect on the Kairos Reader Preference and offer helpful strategies for active and selective readers. It's sure to help your GTD approach to read/review in particular and improve upon your reading rete…
 
En este episodio 79 vamos a hablaros sobre la planificación natural de proyectos en GTD. Como sabéis, ya grabamos un episodio sobre Planificación Natural de Proyectos en GTD con Paz Garde. En concreto hace 25 episodios, nuestro episodio 54, que os recomendamos escuchar de nuevo como complemento a este. Enlace al post: https://www.aprendiendogtd.com…
 
Back in 2013, at Asian Efficiency we first introduced the evening ritual which is the idea of having a routine at the end of the day to help you wind down, get ready for the next day and have a great night of sleep. Since then, we’ve helped people all over the world implement an evening ritual to help them be more productive at work and in life. In…
 
In this eighth episode of Reflections and Confessions of a GTD coach, Meg and Andy explore what the Kairos Mover Preference means for the energy and focus we bring to our GTD practice and life in general. To risk pun, this is a "moving" conversation. The Kairos Survey: https://www.kairoscognition.com/surveys/da21b793beb5de…
 
Listen in with Meg and Andy's podcast about the Kairos' Listener Preference. You'll recognize yourself and others in the discussion for sure. There are more than a few things you can act on immediately to improve upon your focus and being compassionate with yourself and others when communication seems to be off. The Kairos Survey: https://www.kairo…
 
How could you use GTD to achieve your fitness goals? Listener Thomas Novak wrote to us recently asking about just this, which is a great topic and timely for those who might have experienced some pandemic weight gains.Listen to this episode with Morten and Lars, where they cover how you might use GTD to help you achieve your fitness goals, mostly i…
 
At Asian Efficiency we’re known for the TEA Framework which is our productivity method. It stands for Time, Energy, and Attention which are the three pillars of productivity. Today’s episode will help you maximize Time, the first pillar in our framework. On The Productivity Show, we’ve talked a lot about weekly and quarterly planning but not so muc…
 
In today's episode, Meg confesses to Andy that she's among those rare persons (the 5%) who have balanced access to her associative and sequential processors! Meg speaks about the assets and hazards this brings to her GTD practice. Andy warns against labeling ourselves with any survey, but explains why Kairos is a great compliment to GTD. The Kairos…
 
"There's more to it that meets the eye" in today's conversation. Andy offers an overview of the Kairos Observer Sub-Processor. Meg confesses she's a balanced observer and explores what this means for her own GTD practice and coaching engagements. This is one podcast worth a second look (to risk a pun!)…
 
Today I’m joined by Sachit Gupta, host of the Conscious Creators podcast and an expert helping people launch their platforms. We discuss how you can build self-awareness and why it’s the ultimate productivity hack, powerful questions to ask yourself for self-discovery, and his rules of productivity that allow him to be creative and get stuff done. …
 
Como todos sabréis, hemos creado un Diagrama de Flujo GTD de cosecha propia y durante la última sesión de nuestro Mastermind Group, se propuso la posibilidad de analizarlo entre todos y ver lo que más ha gustado y lo que no. El resultado de esa conversación lo dejamos plasmado en este episodio. Lo ideal es que cuando escuchéis este Podcast, tengáis…
 
You have just 1 minute to get more productive? Then meet Justin Hale!Justin is a Training Designer and Master Trainer for VitalSmarts, who offer GTD training in the US and Canada and many other great courses across the world. Perhaps you've also seen Justin before, as he is the face of a great series of tips called One Productive Minute.Listen to t…
 
Have you ever been working away on something and you felt like time just melted away? You came out of it feeling like you made a ton of progress, and that everything just came together. That feeling was a state of Flow, and in this episode, we are going to share some tactical ways that YOU can get into the flow state, with systems and tools that wo…
 
On the Asian Efficiency website, we have over 600 blog posts. That’s close to a million words that have been written and we didn’t even include all the newsletters, course materials, workbooks, and everything else we produce. We write a lot and in this episode, we’ll share how we get so much writing done. We share our 4-step writing process, which …
 
What is the Sequential Processor? How does it influence how we look at the world and approach our work. Meg and Andy explore these questions and offer some best practices for GTD users who are Sequential dominant. Take the Kairos Survey: https://www.kairoscognition.com/surveys/da21b793beb5de저자 Meg Edwards
 
En el episodio hablaremos sobre nuestros sistemas. Sobre cómo los tenemos organizados y principalmente nos centraremos en cuantificar las distintas listas. ¿Cuántos proyectos tienes? ¿Con cuantos contextos trabajas? ¿son muchos 50 proyectos? Son preguntas habituales en las comunidades y que hoy vamos a responder poniendo nuestro sistema como ejempl…
 
What does a transition from one business to another look like for a GTD?As a manager for musicians in Denmark, Michael Vitten Carlsson's business was hit hard by Covid-19. With shows being cancelled and no clear end in sight, a shorter and shorter projects list put him in a tough spot - where do I go from here?Listen to this interview episode to he…
 
How many things in your work or personal life do you just “put up with”? It could be mistakes that happen, a tool that annoys you, or someone that you work with that slows things down. At Asian Efficiency we have a principle called the “3 Times Rule” to get to the root of all these things once and for all, which lets us move forward quickly and eff…
 
Want to know the secret to achieving your goals and getting your important work done? It’s not time management, apps, or tools – it’s ACCOUNTABILITY. But what does that mean? And how do you find accountability for yourself? In this episode, I’m joined by Debbie Rosemont – a Certified Professional Organizer and Productivity Consultant who is the fou…
 
GTD'ers never procrastinate! Or do they..? Perhaps you even procrastinate on parts of GTD?In this episode, Morten and Lars dive into procrastination and- Clarify what procrastination is and the most common reasons for doing so- Cover the key aspects of the 5 steps in GTD where you might procrastinate- Explain where you actually might NOT be procras…
 
If you’re just starting out in your productivity journey, you are in a GREAT situation. You can optimize right away, and you can learn from what has worked for others and, where it makes sense, apply it to yourself. It’s a gift that will pay off for years to come. However, maybe you’ve been working for a while. What lessons do you WISH you had lear…
 
En este episodio 76 vamos a hablaros sobre cómo ejecutamos (hacemos) en nuestro día a día, qué herramientas tienen presencia en el proceso, porqué hemos elegido esas y no otras, y cómo las utilizamos. Enlace al post: https://www.aprendiendogtd.com/podcast-productividad/como-lo-hacemos-ejecutar-hacer Enlaces de interés: https://www.aprendiendogtd.co…
 
Meg and Andy drill down on The Associative Processor; the part of our brain that helps us respond to a barrage of information coming our way. Meg explores the unique opportunities and challenges for GTD practitioners who are Associative Preferent. Cognitive Preferences Survey: https://www.kairoscognition.com/surveys/da21b793beb5de…
 
Andy provides an overview of our brain at work through the framework of The Kairos Survey. Meg shares her coaching philosophy and gives examples of the Kairos Survey in GTD coaching. Further discussion on about the powerful compliment that GTD and Kairos are together. Cognitive Preferences Survey: https://www.kairoscognition.com/surveys/da21b793beb…
 
Meg and Andy introduce themselves and their journey with GTD. Meg tells the “origin story” of reflections and confessions of a GTD coach. Andy describes the power of the Kairos Survey for his GTD practice. Meg establishes the “scaffolding” for series. Workflow Map: Please refer to page 37 of the GTD Book Cognitive Preferences Survey: https://www.ka…
 
When searching for productivity apps, you’ll find thousands of apps out there. How do you know which one is right for you? What if you had a limited budget? It’s easy to spend hundreds of dollars on apps only to find out that most are garbage. So in this episode, we set a challenge for ourselves with our top picks of productivity apps with a budget…
 
As a student, GTD is extremely valuable for staying on top of your world. What are some good tips for GTD students?In this episode, we've invited Espen Agøy Hegge along to share more tips on this topic, including- Why should the younger generation learn GTD?- How can you use GTD at different age groups?- How is the Norwegian GTD program for schools…
 
I’m a big believer in the idea that a majority of our happiness comes from the people we surround ourselves with. Imagine when everyone in your family, friends, and closest contacts are all cheering for you, are regularly letting you know how much they care about you, and that you can always count on them for anything you need. Wouldn’t that be ama…
 
En este episodio vamos a hablaros sobre cómo reflexionamos (revisamos), es decir, cómo hacemos la revisión del sistema, con qué frecuencia, qué herramientas tienen presencia en el proceso, porqué hemos elegido esas y no otras, y cómo las utilizamos. Enlace al post: https://www.aprendiendogtd.com/podcast-productividad/como-lo-hacemos-reflexionar-rev…
 
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