Talk:Getting Things Done

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In prepping for our Etech session, I came up with the first GTD description that I've liked:

"GTD is an action-based framework for making progress on the projects that are important to you."

That captures the parts of GTD that have been the most useful to me anyway. Increasingly I find myself wanting to strip away as much of the pr0n and artifacts as I can to draw out exactly what it is that makes this work for so many people. (But, don't get me wrong, I still love productivity pr0n.)  :-)

--Merlin 12:29, 21 Mar 2005 (EST)

[edit] Trademark stuff

I'm not sure that the trademark stuff needs such prominent placement on the page; this is the first I've heard of this much concern over the potential copyright of these terms. As is, it seems to be mostly one person's opinion. Am I wrong? Could I see a few links to support stuff like "ZING" etc?

I don't disagree with some of what's said here, but I do think it might be a bit overstated and in too-prominent a position.

Others? User:Gochess? Maybe move it to GTD/Copyright Issues?

--Merlin 23:36, 27 May 2005 (EDT)

I'm going to answer my own question here.
There's interesting stuff here, but a) it needs to be on its own page GTD/Copyright Issues, and b) it needs to be presented as an opinion.
--Merlin 23:38, 27 May 2005 (EDT)

[edit] advanced workflow diagram

The link to Davidco's advanced workflow diagram downloads a corrupt PDF. Anyone have a mirror?

[edit] other blogs

Is there a better place on this wiki to mention blogs that discuss motivation and hot new productivity artifacts, even if they're not fixated on David Allen ? The blog less page didn't seem appropriate :-) . --DavidCary 14:54, 1 February 2006 (EST)

  • Knowledge Jolt with Jack -- "Jack Vinson writes about knowledge management, personal effectiveness, ..."
  • Achieve-IT! by Brad Isaac: "A daily source for tips, tools and technologies for better goal setting, thinking and motivation."
  • Thinking Faster: "Ideas, tools and processes to improve ... productivity and innovation"
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