Discussion in 'PUBLIC: Discuss the GTD Methodology' started by GTDWorkbook Brandon Hall, May 10, 2018.
They look good to me, inviting and clear.
Wow! I love this quote! So poetic! And noble and inspiring and true! And Brandon thank you for inserting women into the picture. So very important to recognise we are humans too who take on the great challenges of life!
Annette, Thank you for the acknowledgment re women in the quote. Yes, women hold up half the sky. It is high time all of you are included anytime any of us are speaking about "people".
Probably in the book but the Desired Outcome of the user of the workbook? Just as a way to immediately use GTD moves
Dealing with interruptions and the threefold nature of work?
Reviewing with others and beyond ground level and horizon 1?
I just ordered "The Getting Things Done Workbook: 10 Moves to Stress-Free Productivity" by David and Brandon on amazon.com. Too bad I have to wait until Sept 3rd to read it.
It's great that David and Brandon have managed to reduce the number of moves to stress-free productivity from 15 to 10!
9/3 is my birthday! It will be an exciting gift from me to me!
You need a chapter on common problems and how to handle them. The framework is clear, but dealing with post-exposure problems is big.
I'm sure there will be the next workbook: "Getting Things Done Best Practices: 7 Moves to Stress-Free Life".
Or maybe “The Life-Changing Magic of GTD?”
And then "The 4-Hour Weekly Review" by David Allen and Tim Ferriss...
“Say yes to the weekly review”
“The Life Changing Magic of Labelers”
"We need to talk about Levels"
I just pre-ordered a copy on Amazon. I sincerely hope to find Fred's phone number in there. I have a next action to call him on my list for quite some time.
Because the workbook will be called The Getting Things Done Workbook: 10 Moves to Stress-Free Productivity, we have changed the 15 to 10 in the title of this thread.
We've seen this sort of thing before. It was originally the 15 commandments, on three tablets. But one of the tablets broke early on.
Shouldn't it be 7 steps? (George A. Miller has discovered that we've got only 7 ± 2 short-term memory cells...)
I think it is 12 steps and 7 habits. I have maybe 8 registers when I’m in 64-bit mode, so 4 in 128-bit mode. Apple says I need to be upgraded to use the next version of MacOS.
I can't wait to see what the moves are called! I will probably mumble to my self "I really need to take as step up right now" if that is what the weekly review is called and so forth!
Don’t call it a ‘playbook’ or ‘plays’. Playbook doesn’t mean anything to the 96% of the worlds population who are not from North America, and plays are things that were written by William Shakespeare ;-)
The book is not called "playbook". You can easily check it on Amazon.
96% you say. Could you please provide the source of this claim?