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Getting Things Done DC (GTDDC) Productivity Group Pages

Getting Things Done DC (GTD DC) is a group of local personal productivity enthusiasts who enjoy discussing and sharing ideas/resources centering on David Allen's work, started with his seminal book on personal productivity, Getting Things Done®. It's that simple!

We do this by... 
1) discussing components of the Getting Things Done methodology at the group meetups; 
2) discussing, publishing and publicizing new GTD concepts/products of David Allen & Co. (as well as others) that improve upon members' GTD implementations; 
3) inviting members (those new and old to GTD) to the group to share their background with GTD, challenges they are currently facing, and information and resource collaboration; and, 
4) providing an online platform (coming soon!) to connect outside of our monthly meetups about your ideas, challenges, SUCCESSES, and more with GTD.

Who should join? 
If you have ever thought, "I could be more productive." Do you have issues with clutter, procrastination, disorganization at work or home, or are you having trouble accomplishing a goal? If you have read David Allen's books, or even tried to implement GTD into your life, work and/or personal, reading Getting Things Done is not a prerequisite to join us but a willingness to learn is! If you are a GTD whiz and would like to share your GTD skills and knowledge with others, you are also welcome and encouraged to join us and our GTD Blackbelts Group (for intermediate and advanced GTD practitioners).

When do we meet? 
Our meetups are regularly (unless otherwise noted) on the 3rd Wednesday of every month, usually at 6:15pm. Also, please watch the Meetup event pages for our specific location every month.

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Are you new to GTD?
If you haven't read Getting Things Done or Making It All Work by David Allen, we recommend that you purchase or borrow a copy of the book, audiobook or ebook and read either book (and those are affiliate links that with each purchase helps support GTDDC so please feel free to use them and share them). You can buy other David Allen books and audiobooks in our Bookstore. You can read the well-done overview of the GTD methodology so that you can get a framework before you arrive at the first meetup (but don't let that stop you if you haven't had a chance!). You may also like to head over to GTD Virtual Study Group (also available on iTunes for free) and listen to some of their "Refresh" podcasts that discuss the GTD basics.

Do you have a question?
If you have any GTD or GTDDC-related question, please email Ray the organizer. Also, if you want to ask the group any GTD-related questions, please join our Google Group (and note that you must be a member here on of GTDDC to participate in the email forum).

Please note that meetings may be audio-recorded (primarily outside speakers or member-presentations) from time to time and archived for members who request them. Please note that the Introductions and Challenges Forum of the meetings are not included in any archives (which are not generally made available publicly, only within the Meetup). Please email the Meetup Organizer for questions or request specifics about the archives.

Please note: GTD® and Getting Things Done® are registered trademarks of the David Allen Company. This group is not affiliated with or officially endorsed by the David Allen Company.

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About Getting Things Done DC (GTDDC) Productivity Group March 20, 2014 11:41 AM Ray S.

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