Discussion in 'ALL: What's New in Connect' started by John Forrister, Nov 2, 2017.
Thanks for the thoughtful ideas. We've got some possibilities percolating...
Anne, you may already know this, but there's a variation of what you're suggesting in the webinar series called the Trust Challenge. Meg, Julie, and I were looking at the ways that lack of trust in one's GTD system show up, and noted that they all came back to not fully doing some part of the weekly review. So we took the three sections and did a webinar on each. The intention was to really get deeper into the questions people had (live and previously submitted), and get past the reasons why any step in the review doesn't get full attention. Here are direct links in case you haven't explored this before.
Part 1: Get Clear
Part 2: Get Current
Part 3: Get Creative
Au contraire! David's big on practicing the basic moves, for a practitioner at any level of experience. No GTD topic too small or routine.
Great reminder; thank you! I have listened to those but it's been a while. Time I went back!
A little more history on that webinar series. We were talking about what people say are the ways GTD doesn't work. In other words, we were looking at the objections people raised. Interestingly, most if not all of the objections tracked back to not doing a thorough weekly review.
So you've mastered one of the topics that I've proposed for the webinar:
The weekly review is key! My time blocking is usually only in the mornings for creative writing or focused work on a large project. All other times, I follow my intuition on what I should be doing next. Cheers!