Join us this month's Getting Things Done DC Productivity Group Meetup event, as we discuss David Allen's new book (co-authored with Dr. Brandon Hall), The Getting Things Done Workbook: 10 Moves to Stress-Free Productivity.
*** Please arrive BEFORE 6:00 PM to get into the building, get your name badge, mix-and-mingle, and complete the Challenges Forum signup form so we can start promptly! ***
I. Introductions + Challenges Forum (~6:15 PM)
A. Introductions - Each member will introduce yourself briefly, tell us what you do professionally (or otherwise), your GTD experience, and a recent success with your productivity implementation and/or life.
B. Challenges Forum - We'll give a few minutes to have the group help each member with solutions to challenges we may be facing currently with life or work circumstances with our productivity system. These are specific productivity challenges and only one challenge per member for time's sake.
II. The Getting Things Done Workbook: 10 Moves to Stress-Free Productivity (~7:00 PM - 7:45 PM)
Starting your Getting Things Done (GTD) practice is tough. You read the book, you try the Clean Sweep, or you double back and start messing with tools and setting up lists and horizons. Thankfully, David Allen has partnered with his long-time colleague, Dr. Brandon Hall, to bring us The Getting Things Done Workbook: 10 Move to Stress-Free Productivity. For October, we are going to discuss the contrast between reading Getting Things Done and this new GTD Workbook.
* * * Ray has a surprise for those in attendance who want to dive deeper in to the 10 moves of the GTD Workbook! * * *
Please feel free to bring your copy of Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity (https://amzn.to/2FllWn1) for reference, your questions and thoughts!
III. GTD Resource Sharing (7:45 PM)
This is where everyone can offer a book title, recent blog or magazine article, tip/trick/hack, tool, service or item that has helped them in their life either with GTD or otherwise. The above category is a recommended focus for sharing, but you may share any productivity resource that has helped you on your GTD journey.
I encourage everyone to bring some kind of GTD or productivity resource they know about or use to offer to the group! You might think something is simple, plain, obvious or known already, but you would be surprised that sharing this knowledge is always helpful to new and veteran GTDers!
IV. Announcements / Closing Remarks (7:50 PM)
Upcoming meetups, events, and programs announcements.
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